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third-party-candidates: Did Third-party Candidates Cost Hillary Clinton the Election? Though third-party candidates appear to have drawn a large vote share in key states, Hillary Clinton would have needed to win a huge percentage of this often-misunderstood group of voters in order to flip the election results. MICHIGAN PENNSYLVANIA WISCONSIN Trump margin of victory: 11837 Stein/Johnson vote: +68.236 191565 27,257 7.4 223,707 What if... Total votes under scenario, in millions of votes TUN Clinton 2.40 EST ES 60% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? し464 2.96 し465 Trump still wins EEM AR 65% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? Trump still wins し46 147 .70% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? Clinton wins E 2.42 2.97 し46 2.98 し47 all of Stein's and half of Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 2.40 Trump still wins 298 し46 し47 2-37 2.96 LA5 148 all of Stein's and 60% of 2.35 2.97 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 242 Clinton wins Note: Donald Trump still wins tossup states Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, lowa and Arizona under all of these scenarios. Vote totals as of Friday 5 pm, with 99% of the vote counted. Numbers rounded. Source: Associated Press 2.98 THE WALL STREET JOURNAI evilelitest2: c-bassmeow: zanabism: If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general please check out Washington Street Journals analysis on some of the ‘close’ states HRC lost. In order for her to win she would’ve had to gain pretty much all of Jill stein’s votes and at least 50%-70% of Gary johnson’s votes. This idea that third party candidates cost her the election is just not rooted in reality at all. ☕️ Also if Clinton had you know…gone to the Rust Belt states she might have bloody won  ☕️^2
third-party-candidates: Did Third-party Candidates Cost Hillary Clinton the Election?
 Though third-party candidates appear to have drawn a large vote share in key states, Hillary Clinton
 would have needed to win a huge percentage of this often-misunderstood group of voters in order
 to flip the election results.
 MICHIGAN
 PENNSYLVANIA
 WISCONSIN
 Trump margin of victory: 11837
 Stein/Johnson vote:
 +68.236
 191565
 27,257
 7.4
 223,707
 What if...
 Total votes under scenario, in millions of votes
 TUN
 Clinton 2.40
 EST
 ES
 60% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 し464
 2.96
 し465
 Trump still wins
 EEM
 AR
 65% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 Trump still wins
 し46
 147
 .70% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 Clinton wins
 E
 2.42
 2.97
 し46
 2.98
 し47
 all of Stein's and half of
 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 2.40
 Trump still wins
 298
 し46
 し47
 2-37
 2.96
 LA5
 148
 all of Stein's and 60% of
 2.35
 2.97
 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 242
 Clinton wins
 Note: Donald Trump still wins tossup states Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, lowa and Arizona under all of these scenarios. Vote totals as of Friday
 5 pm, with 99% of the vote counted. Numbers rounded.
 Source: Associated Press
 2.98
 THE WALL STREET JOURNAI
evilelitest2:

c-bassmeow:


zanabism:

If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general please check out Washington Street Journals analysis on some of the ‘close’ states HRC lost. In order for her to win she would’ve had to gain pretty much all of Jill stein’s votes and at least 50%-70% of Gary johnson’s votes. This idea that third party candidates cost her the election is just not rooted in reality at all.

☕️


Also if Clinton had you know…gone to the Rust Belt states she might have bloody won 

☕️^2

evilelitest2: c-bassmeow: zanabism: If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general...

third-party-candidates: Did Third-party Candidates Cost Hillary Clinton the Election? Though third-party candidates appear to have drawn a large vote share in key states, Hillary Clinton would have needed to win a huge percentage of this often-misunderstood group of voters in order to flip the election results. MICHIGAN PENNSYLVANIA WISCONSIN Trump margin of victory: 11837 Stein/Johnson vote: +68.236 191565 27,257 7.4 223,707 What if... Total votes under scenario, in millions of votes TUN Clinton 2.40 EST ES 60% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? し464 2.96 し465 Trump still wins EEM AR 65% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? Trump still wins し46 147 .70% of the third-party vote went to Clinton? Clinton wins E 2.42 2.97 し46 2.98 し47 all of Stein's and half of Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 2.40 Trump still wins 298 し46 し47 2-37 2.96 LA5 148 all of Stein's and 60% of 2.35 2.97 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 242 Clinton wins Note: Donald Trump still wins tossup states Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, lowa and Arizona under all of these scenarios. Vote totals as of Friday 5 pm, with 99% of the vote counted. Numbers rounded. Source: Associated Press 2.98 THE WALL STREET JOURNAI zanabism: If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general please check out Washington Street Journals analysis on some of the ‘close’ states HRC lost. In order for her to win she would’ve had to gain pretty much all of Jill stein’s votes and at least 50%-70% of Gary johnson’s votes. This idea that third party candidates cost her the election is just not rooted in reality at all. ☕️
third-party-candidates: Did Third-party Candidates Cost Hillary Clinton the Election?
 Though third-party candidates appear to have drawn a large vote share in key states, Hillary Clinton
 would have needed to win a huge percentage of this often-misunderstood group of voters in order
 to flip the election results.
 MICHIGAN
 PENNSYLVANIA
 WISCONSIN
 Trump margin of victory: 11837
 Stein/Johnson vote:
 +68.236
 191565
 27,257
 7.4
 223,707
 What if...
 Total votes under scenario, in millions of votes
 TUN
 Clinton 2.40
 EST
 ES
 60% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 し464
 2.96
 し465
 Trump still wins
 EEM
 AR
 65% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 Trump still wins
 し46
 147
 .70% of the third-party vote
 went to Clinton?
 Clinton wins
 E
 2.42
 2.97
 し46
 2.98
 し47
 all of Stein's and half of
 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 2.40
 Trump still wins
 298
 し46
 し47
 2-37
 2.96
 LA5
 148
 all of Stein's and 60% of
 2.35
 2.97
 Johnson's vote went to Clinton? 242
 Clinton wins
 Note: Donald Trump still wins tossup states Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, lowa and Arizona under all of these scenarios. Vote totals as of Friday
 5 pm, with 99% of the vote counted. Numbers rounded.
 Source: Associated Press
 2.98
 THE WALL STREET JOURNAI
zanabism:

If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general please check out Washington Street Journals analysis on some of the ‘close’ states HRC lost. In order for her to win she would’ve had to gain pretty much all of Jill stein’s votes and at least 50%-70% of Gary johnson’s votes. This idea that third party candidates cost her the election is just not rooted in reality at all.

☕️

zanabism: If you still think HRC lost because of Jill stein or because of the third party votes in general please check out Washington S...

third-party-candidates: Youth Vote Choice by Age Other 2016 Democrat Republican Age 2012 3% 8% 18-29 37% 31% 60% 55% 8% 3044 396 45% 42% 50% 52% 2% 5% 45-64 % 47% 44% 5390 2% 65+ 45% 44% 56% 53% CIR LE Source: National Election Pool Exit Poll 2012&2016 www.civicyouth.org Youth Vote Choice by Race &Ethnicity Democrat Republican Other 2012 2016 4% 9% White 44% 43% 51% 48% 1% 8% 08 9% African American 91% 83% 690 3% Latino 23% 2 % 74% 70% CIR LE Source: National Election Pool Exit Poll 2012&2016 www.civicyouth.org Who Did Young People Vote for in Presidential Elections? 19 72-2016 70% 3590 0% 1972 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 19962000 2004 2008 2012 2016 Democrat Republican CIR LE Source: CIRCLE Analysis of National Exit Polls 1972-2016 <p><a href="http://redbloodedamerica.tumblr.com/post/153314347262/there-was-nothing-unusual-about-the-election" class="tumblr_blog">redbloodedamerica</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>There was nothing unusual about the election turnout this year to presume it was some kind of “whitelash” or that millennials were not properly represented. According to <a href="http://civicyouth.org/an-estimated-24-million-young-people-vote-in-2016-election/">Circle</a>:</p><blockquote><p><i> As of this writing (noon on November 9, 2016), an estimated 23.7 million young voters participated in the 2016 presidential election, which is 50% of citizens aged 18-29 in the United States. We estimate that 13 million youth voted for Secretary Clinton and almost 9 million youth voted for Donald Trump. An additional 2 million young people either voted for third-party candidates or chose not to vote for any of the Presidential candidates on the ballot. </i><br/></p></blockquote><p>The truth of the matter was that overall voter turnout was <a href="https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/no-voter-turnout-wasnt-way-down-from-2012/">about the same as it was in 2012</a>, only down slightly.  There was not some big surge for either candidate and it is debatable whether it was a landslide victory for Donald Trump.  Hillary simply lost because she did not have as much support as Barack Obama once did.  That’s probably because she was a horrible candidate who was publicly exposed to be a criminal and a cheat.</p><p>Either way, suck it up. Donald Trump is your President whether you agree or not.</p><figure data-orig-width="300" data-orig-height="190" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/237b8fca4e65717853fce76ece329fbd/tumblr_inline_ogshmzLCaw1r1jtxd_500.gif" alt="image" data-orig-width="300" data-orig-height="190"/></figure></blockquote>
third-party-candidates: Youth Vote Choice by Age
 Other
 2016
 Democrat
 Republican
 Age
 2012
 3%
 8%
 18-29
 37%
 31%
 60%
 55%
 8%
 3044
 396 45%
 42%
 50%
 52%
 2%
 5%
 45-64
 % 47%
 44%
 5390
 2%
 65+
 45%
 44%
 56%
 53%
 CIR LE
 Source: National Election Pool Exit Poll 2012&2016
 www.civicyouth.org

 Youth Vote Choice by Race &Ethnicity
 Democrat
 Republican
 Other
 2012
 2016
 4%
 9%
 White
 44%
 43%
 51%
 48%
 1%
 8%
 08
 9%
 African
 American
 91%
 83%
 690
 3%
 Latino
 23%
 2 %
 74%
 70%
 CIR LE
 Source: National Election Pool Exit Poll 2012&2016
 www.civicyouth.org

 Who Did Young People Vote for in
 Presidential Elections? 19
 72-2016
 70%
 3590
 0%
 1972 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 19962000 2004 2008 2012 2016
 Democrat
 Republican
 CIR LE
 Source: CIRCLE Analysis of National Exit Polls 1972-2016
<p><a href="http://redbloodedamerica.tumblr.com/post/153314347262/there-was-nothing-unusual-about-the-election" class="tumblr_blog">redbloodedamerica</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>There was nothing unusual about the election turnout this year to presume it was some kind of “whitelash” or that millennials were not properly represented. According to <a href="http://civicyouth.org/an-estimated-24-million-young-people-vote-in-2016-election/">Circle</a>:</p><blockquote><p><i>

As of this writing (noon on November 9, 2016), an estimated 23.7 million young voters participated in the 2016 presidential election, which is 50% of citizens aged 18-29 in the United States. We estimate that 13 million youth voted for Secretary Clinton and almost 9 million youth voted for Donald Trump. An additional 2 million young people either voted for third-party candidates or chose not to vote for any of the Presidential candidates on the ballot.

</i><br/></p></blockquote><p>The truth of the matter was that overall voter turnout was <a href="https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/no-voter-turnout-wasnt-way-down-from-2012/">about the same as it was in 2012</a>, only down slightly.  There was not some big surge for either candidate and it is debatable whether it was a landslide victory for Donald Trump.  Hillary simply lost because she did not have as much support as Barack Obama once did.  That’s probably because she was a horrible candidate who was publicly exposed to be a criminal and a cheat.</p><p>Either way, suck it up. Donald Trump is your President whether you agree or not.</p><figure data-orig-width="300" data-orig-height="190" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/237b8fca4e65717853fce76ece329fbd/tumblr_inline_ogshmzLCaw1r1jtxd_500.gif" alt="image" data-orig-width="300" data-orig-height="190"/></figure></blockquote>

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