President Trump received more votes in the 2020 presidential election than he did in the 2016 presidential election as Joe Biden also surpassed the 2016 vote total for Hillary Clinton.
This is the result of a surge in voter turnout as compared to 2016, even amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 232,000 Americans.
Trump in 2020, as votes are still being counted, has received the votes of more than 67 million Americans. He got approximately 63 million votes in 2016. Biden in 2020 received votes from more than 69.5 million Americans and counting to Hillary Clinton’s less than 66 million.
These raw vote totals, of course, are meaningless. The Electoral College decides who will be the next president and it appears to hinge at the moment on states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania…. (Read more)
Trump got 2X more votes from black women than in 2016. Trump got more votes from every racial group across both genders than in 2016, except for one. White men was the only group that voted more for Biden than voted for Hillary (thanks @shaunking and allies) pic.twitter.com/b1bXRhXoxC
— Brad Denter 🏳️🌈 (@DenterBrad) November 4, 2020
donald trump literally got millions of more votes than in 2016 I LOVE IT
— ahmed beh (@chubbyahmed) November 4, 2020