U.S. presidential election results 2016: A detailed breakdown of the vote

A state-by-state breakdown of the 2016 presidential election and a look at the new balance of power in Congress and the Senate

Donald Trump defied nearly every poll and mainstream pundit Tuesday as he marched to victory with a convincing electoral college lead over Hillary Clinton. By Wednesday morning, Donald Trump had won 276 electoral votes, according to the Associated Press, with several other states leaning in Trump’s direction. Clinton had 228 votes by Wednesday, according to the AP.

Balance of power: House of Representative

Balance of power: The Senate

Swing state results

How America’s electoral map has shifted since 1930

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