As of November 15, 2016, the popular vote for the 2016 Presidential election is as follows:
Hillary Clinton 62,318,079
Donald Trump 61,166,063
Hillary Clinton leads the popular vote by 1,152,016 and is projected to win the popular vote when all votes are final. Trump will win the electoral college and the election.
Trump earned less of the popular vote than Mitt Romney did in 2012.
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David Leonhardt, a columnist for The New York Times, noted on Friday that with a 1.7-percentage-point popular vote lead over Donald Trump,Clinton will have a larger margin of victory than Richard Nixon had over Hubert Humphrey in 1968 or John F. Kennedy had over Nixon in 1960. (Her edge is also larger than Al Gore’s popular vote victory over George W. Bush in 2000, though he too was stymied by an electoral college loss.)
In raw numbers, that amounts to an edge of roughly 1.8 million votes as of Saturday.