The 2016 United States presidential election in California of November 8, 2016, was won by Democrat Hillary Clinton with a 61.7% majority of the popular vote over Republican Donald Trump.
California’s 55 electoral votes were assigned to Clinton.
How many votes did Hillary get in New York?
New York State remained a solidly blue state, with Hillary Clinton winning with 59.01% of the vote, while Donald Trump received 36.52% of the vote, a 22.49% Democratic victory margin.
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How much of California is Republican?
In February 2013, California had 18,055,783 registered voters, comprising about 47% of its total population of 38.43 million. Of those registered voters, 7,932,373 (43.9 percent) were registered Democrats, and 5,225,675 (28.9 percent) were Republicans.
Who won the elections in California?
California Election Results. At the top of the ticket, Gavin Newsom won the race to replace Governor Jerry Brown. The Democrat, who is the state’s Lieutenant Governor, defeated his Republican opponent, John Cox, without difficulty.
Is California a red or blue state?
All states contain both liberal and conservative voters (i.e. they are “purple”) and only appear blue/red on the electoral map because of the winner-take-all system used by most states in the Electoral College.
When was the last time California voted Republican?
Republicans won the state in nearly every presidential election between 1952 and 1988. Ahead of an election that could see more blue in the Golden State than ever before, here’s a look at how Democrats gained, lost and won back California. Last updated: Dec. 02, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
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