Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Trump Could Lose By 5 Million Votes, Not 537

Donald Trump’s argument that a rigged election may cause him to lose will be a hard case to make if the polls showing him six points down are correct. John McCain lost by 7 points in 2008, or 9 million votes.

Trump’s defenders like to cite the Al Gore-George W. Bush election in 2000 as an example of an election that required a recount and stopped Gore’s concession. It involved 537 votes after recounts and court cases.

Unless Trump reverses the current trend, he will lose by five to ten million votes and 300 plus electoral votes near, worse than Mitt Romney in 2012.

1 comment:

Kimberly Gamba said...

Thank you for being honest with the people.