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A Coup d’etat – The 2020 U.S. Presidential Race -1: The Number Tells Everything

Let’s see the number of the past presidential races since 2000

Let’s see the number of the past presidential races since 2000:

YearCandidate (Winner)Popular VoteECCandidatePopular VoteEC
2000George W. Bush50,456,062271Albert Gore, Jr.50,996,582266
2004George W. Bush62,039,073286John F. Kerry59,027,478251
2008Barack H. Obama69,456,897365John S. McCain59,934,814173
2012Barack H. Obama65,446,032332W. Mitt Romney60,589,084206
2016Donald J. Trump62,980,160304Hillary Clinton65,845,063227
2020bDonald J. Trump72,741,954232Joe R. Biden Jr.78,114,089227

Sources: The table is compiled by the author based on the following data. “Historical Presidential Election,” (accessing date: November 14, 2020), and others

a EC refers to the number of the Electoral College. To win the presidency is 270 EC.

b As writing this blog on November 15, 2020, the vote of the U.S. Presidential race is still counting.

A total six states (MI, PA, GA, NV, AZ, and WI) have not reached the final number.

Source: Skynews

The five basic questions:

  1. Do you see any problems in the 2020 U.S. presidential race?
  2. What do you think about Biden’s numbers (over 78 million)?
  3. What do you think about Obama’s numbers (69 million) vs. Biden’s numbers (78 million)?
  4. So far, Biden has received the highest votes in the U.S. history. What do you think?
  5. Do you believe that Biden is a SUPERMAN (who did gather ONLY a few rally)?

By Cloudy Dragon

Anonymous, Ph.D.: Grew up China and Japan; Studied Post-College in the U.S. with 2 Master degrees & a Ph. D.

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