Even without accounting for the other 33 states, the claim that Trump won all but 57 of Americas 3,141 counties appeared to be completely untrue.
2.5 million and Pennsylvania (3 million.
While this is lower than the.6 turnout in 2008 (which had the highest turnout since 1968 its still significantly higher than the 56 estimated by pundits immediately after the election.
Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana round out the list.
In each of these states, Trump received at least 100,000 more votes than Romney, while Hillary Clinton received 433,545 fewer votes than Obama in Ohio, 295,730 fewer votes in Michigan, and 119,761 fewer votes in Indiana.
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Fifty-five point seven million out of the 109.3 million Americans who cast their ballots in those counties voted for Trump, while only.1 million voted for Hillary Clinton, according to the latest county by county election results reported at Politico.