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Elecciones presidenciales de Estados Unidos de 2016
538 miembros del Colegio Electoral
270 votos electorales necesarios para ganar
Fecha Martes 8 de noviembre de 2016
Tipo Presidencial

Demografía electoral
Población &&&&&&0 324 289 210,&&&&&0324 289 210
Hab. registrados &&&&&&0 231 556 622,&&&&&0231 556 622
Votantes &&&&&&0 137 053 916,&&&&&0137 053 916
Participación
  
55.4 % Green Arrow Up.svg 0.5 %

Resultados
Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Donald Trump – Partido Republicano
Votos 62 984 829 Green Arrow Up.svg 3.4 %
Votos electorales 304 Green Arrow Up.svg 47.6 %
  
46.15 %
Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Hillary Clinton – Partido Demócrata
Votos 65 853 514 Red Arrow Down.svg 1.6 %
Votos electorales 227 Red Arrow Down.svg 34.2 %
  
48.17 %
Gary Johnson June 2016.jpg
Gary Johnson – Partido Libertario
Votos 4 489 341 Green Arrow Up.svg 251.9 %
Votos electorales 0  
  
3.28 %
Jill Stein by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Jill Stein – Partido Verde
Votos 1 457 218 Green Arrow Up.svg 210.4 %
Votos electorales 0  
  
1.07 %
HSSamarbete.svg
Otros partidos e Independientes
Votos 8 255 047 Green Arrow Up.svg 269.2 %
Votos electorales 7  
  
1.19 %

Resultados del Colegio Electoral
Elecciones presidenciales de Estados Unidos de 2016
  30   Trump/Pence
  20+D.C   Clinton/Kaine

Seal of the President of the United States.svg
Presidente de los Estados Unidos

Las elecciones presidenciales de Estados Unidos de 2016, celebradas el martes 8 de noviembre de 2016, fueron las 58.as elecciones presidenciales cuadrienales en ese país. La fórmula republicana del empresario Donald Trump y el gobernador de Indiana Mike Pence derrotó a la fórmula demócrata de la exsecretaria de Estado Hillary Clinton y el senador de Virginia Tim Kaine, en lo que fue considerado como uno de los mayores vuelcos electorales desde 1948. Trump asumió el cargo como el 45° presidente y Pence como el 48° vicepresidente, el 20 de enero de 2017. Fue la quinta y más reciente elección presidencial en la que el candidato ganador perdió el voto popular.[1]

Con el presidente en ejercicio Barack Obama impedido de buscar un tercer mandato, Clinton derrotó al autodenominado socialista democrático y políticamente desconocido senador de Vermont Bernie Sanders en las primarias demócratas y se convirtió en la primera candidata presidencial mujer de un partido estadounidense importante. Trump emergió como el favorito de su partido en medio de un amplio campo de candidatos en las primarias republicanas venciendo al senador Ted Cruz, al senador Marco Rubio y al gobernador de Ohio John Kasich, entre otros candidatos. La campaña nacionalista populista de derecha de Trump, que prometía "hacer que Estados Unidos vuelva a ser grande" y se oponía a la corrección política, la inmigración ilegal y muchos acuerdos de libre comercio de Estados Unidos,[2]​ obtuvo una amplia cobertura mediática gratuita debido a los comentarios incendiarios de Trump.[3][4]​ Clinton enfatizó su amplia experiencia política, denunció a Trump y a muchos de sus seguidores como una "cesta de deplorables", intolerantes y extremistas, y abogó por la expansión de las políticas del presidente Obama; por los derechos raciales, LGBT y de la mujer; y por el capitalismo inclusivo.[5]

A las 2:40 a. m. (hora del Este) del 9 de noviembre, las cadenas de noticias anunciaron que Pensilvania y Wisconsin (estados en los cuales Hillary Clinton lideraba en la encuestas) daban los últimos 30 electores para definir al ganador a Donald Trump, quien se convirtió en cuadragésimo quinto presidente de los Estados Unidos. Clinton aceptó la derrota ante Trump, quien ganó las elecciones presidenciales de 2016 con 304 votos electorales contra 227 de Clinton.[6]​ Los estados que le dieron (en contra de la mayoría de los pronósticos) la victoria a Trump fueron, principalmente, los estados industriales de la región de los grandes lagos: Míchigan, Pensilvania y Wisconsin. Además de estos, el candidato republicano también logró imponerse en los dos grandes estados en disputa, o "swing states", de las últimas décadas: Ohio y Florida, y en otros estados "swing" menores como Arizona, Georgia, Iowa y Carolina del Norte. Clinton, por su parte, se hizo con estados disputados como Colorado, Nevada, Virginia y Nuevo Hampshire.

Por lo tanto, el candidato republicano Trump ganó las elecciones, pese a haber obtenido el apoyo de 2,8 millones de votantes menos que su rival demócrata. Esta fue la quinta elección presidencial en la historia estadounidense en donde el ganador perdió el voto popular. Como señala el científico de datos Azhar Hamdan, al final las elecciones de 2016 no las decidió esa ventaja de casi tres millones de votos de Hillary Clinton, sino la mucho más estrecha ventaja de apenas 78.000 votos que Trump logró en tres condados de Míchigan, Wisconsin y Pensilvania.

Las elecciones destacaron por un clima de tensión política, la más baja aceptación popular hacia los candidatos en toda la historia de Estados Unidos y por una victoria impredecible en donde Trump ganó la elección a pesar de que Clinton había liderado los pronósticos electorales la mayor parte del tiempo que duró la campaña.[7][8]

Campaña[editar]

Partido Republicano[editar]

La primera convención en realizarse fue la republicana. En ella Donald Trump (empresario y figura de televisión quien nunca había ocupado un cargo público) fue ratificado candidato por los delegados junto a su candidato vicepresidencial al gobernador Mike Pence, cristiano religioso del ala evangélica del Partido, algo estratégico, ya que es el ala con la que Trump fue más débil durante la precampaña, perdiendo en algunos estados importantes de esta población ante Cruz, aunque ganando también en otros. En la Convención Nacional Demócrata destacó el discurso emitido por el matrimonio Khan, padres de un soldado musulmán muerto en el cumplimiento de su deber en Irak en contra de Donald Trump por su trato xenófobo hacia los musulmanes y otros grupos sociales y religiosos.[9][10][11][12]​ Trump respondió airadamente al matrimonio lo que según algunos analistas pudo costarle caro, especialmente entre los veteranos y sus familiares.[13][14]​ El senador y excandidato republicano John McCain, también veterano de guerra, criticó a Trump por ello.[15]​ Esto sumado a otras polémicas de Trump, como pedirle a Rusia que hackeara las cuentas de Clinton o hacer un llamado a las personas en contra del control de armas a detener a Clinton causaron grave daño a su candidatura.[16]​ Trump empezó a bajar en las encuestas después de esto, tras haberlas encabezado por un tiempo.[17]

En su discurso económico Trump manifestó también su desea de revisar el NAFTA y otros acuerdos de libre comercio al tiempo que bajaría los impuestos, aunque afirmó también que buscaría que los más ricos paguen proporcionalmente siempre que se permita el florecimiento de la industria para la creación de empleos.[18]​ También criticó la OTAN[19]​ y culpó al gobierno de Obama por la creación de ISIS.[20]​ Clinton respondió al respecto que las políticas económicas de Trump causarían recesión, al tiempo que Obama reaccionó molesto por el tema de ISIS.[21]

En agosto unos 70 líderes y dirigentes republicanos pidieron a las autoridades del partido el cesar el apoyo a Trump y no invertir más en su campaña presidencial, que consideran perdida tras su desplome en las encuestas, sugiriendo en cambio utilizar los fondos en la campaña para congresistas, alegando que muchos candidatos republicanos al Congreso de encuentran abajo en las encuestas.[22][23]Paul Ryan, presidente del Congreso manifestó que "Si la presidencia puede estar perdida, no perdamos nuestro Congreso republicano o le daríamos un cheque en blanco a Hillary Clinton".[24][25][26]

A principios de octubre de 2016 la ventilación pública de una comprometedora grabación de Donald Trump donde se expresaba en términos muy polémicos sobre las mujeres, asegurando que "por ser famoso las mujeres se le ofrecían". Esto causó que más de quince gobernadores y senadores republicanos le retiraran su apoyo y le solicitaran la renuncia a favor de Pence.[27]​ Esto también provocó reacciones de condena por parte de destacados republicanos como Mitt Romney, Arnold Schwarzenegger, el propio compañero de fórmula Mike Pence (quien sin embargo destacó que Trump se había disculpado),[27]​ así como de otra figuras como el actor Robert De Niro quién incluso aseguró que deseaba golpearlo.[27]​ Trump se disculpó públicamente por los comentarios y aprovechó para realizar ataques contra Bill Clinton asegurando que el expresidente se había expresado aún peor de mujeres, y aseguró que no renunciaría a su candidatura.[27]​ Trump consideró también que existían medios de comunicación deshonestos y que los medios eran el enemigo del pueblo estadounidense. El expresidente George W. Bush expresó su desacuerdo con dicha declaración.[28]

Otro de los aspectos que marcó el desarrollo de la campaña fueron los comentarios xenófobos por parte de Trump hacia los países latinos, especialmente hacia México considerando que los inmigrantes mexicanos eran "criminales" y "violadores", argumento del que no se retractó durante los siguientes meses y que ratificó al externar su deseo de construir un muro fronterizo que limitará a México de los Estados Unidos.[29]

Durante el segundo debate presidencial, Trump generó polémica al amenazar a Hillary Clinton de enjuiciarla y meterla a la cárcel si él resultaba ganador. Trump alegó: Asignaré a un fiscal especial para que se encargue de tu caso. En respuesta Clinton argumentó que alguien con el temperamento de Donald no puede ser dirigente del país. Trump entrometió y respondió abruptamente: porque estarías en la cárcel.[30]​ El tercer debate presidencial cobró especial atención cuando Donald Trump declaró que no aceptaría el resultado de la elección si éste no le favorecía.[31]

Partido Demócrata[editar]

El primer mitin público de Hillary Clinton se llevó a cabo el 30 de marzo de 2016 en New York, en el teatro Apollo. Ahí Clinton alegó: "Necesitamos un presidente que ayude a abatir todas las barreras que limitan a los estadounidenses, no sólo algunas. Es también importante abordar la desigualdad racial y la discriminación", aseveró. Clinton escogió al senador Tim Kaine como candidato a la vicepresidencia. La campaña demócrata por la presidencia arrancó oficialmente el 30 de julio cuando Clinton y Klaine visitaron la universidad de Temple en Filadelfia.[32]​ Sin embargo, desde un inicio se vio afectada, consecuencia de una publicación del diario The New York Times en donde se revelaba que Clinton había enviado y recibido correos desde un servidor privado durante sus funciones como secretaria de Estado durante el gobierno de Barack Obama.[33]​ A pesar de que Clinton pidió disculpas por ello, el FBI alertó de que el mal manejo de la información clasificada podía haber ocasionado el espionaje del gobierno ruso y de otras agencias de inteligencia. Donald Trump sostuvo que Clinton había borrado alrededor de 3000 correos electrónicos, algunos de ellos filtrados gracias a la plataforma WikiLeaks.[34]​ En ellos, se revelaba que Clinton planeaba realizar una intervención secreta en Siria, según declaró ante la banca de inversionistas Goldman Sachs.[35]​ Durante julio de 2016, el Departamento de Justicia confirmó que no tomaría acciones legales contra Clinton por el uso de un servidor privado, sin embargo apenas una semana antes de la elección, el FBI reabrió la investigación al anunciar que se habían encontrado mensajes potencialmente pertinentes a la investigación.[36]

Las filtraciones generaron también la teoría conspirativa de que John Podesta, jefe de campañana de Clinton había encubierto a pederestas de la ciudad de Nueva York, de lo cual la propia Clinton había estado enterada.[37]​ Otra de ellas fue originada por la propia Clinton cuando en enero de 2016 declaró que de llegar a la presidencia desclasificaría archivos relacionados al área 51. Podesta diría a CNN que la población tenía derecho a saber lo que pasaba con fenómenos aéreos no identificados.[38]

El 30 de septiembre, Clinton tomó como referencia un informe de la revista Newsweek que señalaba a Donald Trump de realizar negociaciones secretas en Cuba, pese a que aún estaban vigentes las sanciones de Washington que lo permitían.[39]​ Por otro lado, la actitud de Clinton durante los debates fue elogiada por mantener la calma y la serenidad. Su popularidad subió notablemente después del primer debate.[40]​ Hillary recibió además el apoyo de numerosas celebridades como Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver y Leonardo DiCaprio.[41]

El 7 de noviembre, Clinton cerró campaña haciendo paradas hasta la medianoche en Pensilvania, Míchigan y Carolina del Norte. El presidente Barack Obama y su esposa Michelle Obama la acompañaron en él.[42]

Minoritarios[editar]

Los candidatos minoritarios o de "terceros partidos", como se les conoce en Estados Unidos, Gary Johnson (del Partido Libertario) y Jill Stein (del Partido Verde) muestran un respaldo inusual en las encuestas (8 a 14 % en el caso del libertario y 4 % en el caso de la ecologista) lo que algunos analistas consideran es un efecto de la insatisfacción de los votantes republicanos y demócratas con los candidatos de sus partidos, así como de muchos independientes.[43][44]

Nominados[editar]

Partido Republicano[editar]

Partido Republicano
Nominados por el Partido Republicano
Donald Trump Mike Pence
Candidato a la Presidencia Candidato a la Vicepresidencia
Donald Trump 2017 cropped 2.jpg Mike Pence by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg
Presidente de la Organización Trump (1971-2017)
Gobernador de Indiana (2013-2017)
Campaña
Trump-Pence 2016 v2.svg
MAGA.svg
[45][46][47]
[48][49]

Partido Demócrata[editar]

Partido Demócrata

Nominados por el Partido Demócrata

Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine
Candidata a la Presidencia Candidato a la Vicepresidencia
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Tim Kaine 2013.jpg
Secretaria de Estado (2009-2013)
Senador por Virginia (2013-presente)
Campaña
Clinton Kaine.svg
Stronger Together.png
[50][51][52]
[53]

Partido Libertario[editar]

Partido Libertario

Nominados por el Partido Libertario

Gary Johnson William Weld
Candidato a la Presidencia Candidato a la Vicepresidencia
Gary Johnson campaign portrait.jpg
Bill Weld campaign portrait.jpg
Ex gobernador de Nuevo México
(1995-2003)
Exgobernador de

Massachusetts

(1991-1997)
Johnson Weld 2016.svg
[54][55]
[56]

Acceso a la boleta electoral a los 50 estados y el Distrito de Columbia (538 votos electorales)[57]

Partido Verde[editar]

Acceso a la boleta presidencial para Jill Stein      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Demanda pendiente      Sin presencia en la boleta
Green Party (United States)
Nominados por el Partido Verde
Jill Stein Ajamu Baraka
Candidata a presidenta Candidato a vicepresidente
Jill Stein by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Ajamu-Baraka.jpg
Médica de

Massachusetts

Activista y profesor del

Distrito de Columbia

Jill 2016.png
[58][59]

Otros[editar]

Candidato presidencial Partido Acceso a boleta
Evan McMullin 2016-10-21 headshot.jpg
Evan McMullin, director de Políticas para la Conferencia Republicana en la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos e inversionista de Utah. Better for America/Independiente
Acceso a la boleta presidencial para la candidatura de Evan McMullin      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Sin presencia en la boleta
Gloria LaRiva15mar2008.JPG
Gloria La Riva, activista y periodista de California. Partido Socialismo y Liberación/Paz y Libertad
Acceso a la boleta presidencial para Gloria La Riva      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Sin presencia en la boleta
Kotlikoff.jpg
Laurence Kotlikoff, profesor de la Universidad de Boston de Massachusetts. Americans Elect/Independiente
Acceso a la boleta presidencial para Kotlikoff      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Sin presencia en la boleta
Rocky De La Fuente1 (2) (cropped).jpg
Roque De La Fuente, empresario de la Florida.[60][61] Partido de la Reforma de los Estados Unidos/American Delta Party
Acceso a la boleta presidencial para De La Fuente      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Demanda pendiente      Sin presencia en la boleta
DCastle08.jpg
Darrel Castle, abogado de Tennessee, candidato por el Partido de la Constitución para la vicepresidencia en 2008. Partido de la Constitución
Acceso a la boleta presidencial para Castle      En la boleta      Acceso como candidato por escrito      Sin presencia en la boleta

Convenciones Nacionales de los Partidos[editar]

Partido Libertario[editar]

Primer lugar en votos de delegados por Estado.

La convención nacional del Partido Libertario se llevó a cabo del 26 al 30 de mayo del 2016 en Orlando, Florida.[62][63]Gary Johnson y William Weld fueron oficialmente nominados para presidente y vicepresidente.

Resultados de la convención del Partido Libertario[editar]

Convención nacional del partido libertario, 2016 - 1ª ronda de votación[64]
Candidato 1ª ronda de votación Porcentaje
Gary Johnson 458 49.5 %
Austin Petersen 197 21.3 %
John McAfee 131 14.2 %
Darryl Perry 63 6.8 %
Marc Allan Feldman 58 6.3 %
Kevin McCormick 9 1.0 %
None of the above 5 0.5 %
Ron Paul (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Vermin Supreme (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Heidi Zemen (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Derrick Grayson (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Número total de votos 925 100 %

Ningún candidato consiguió la mayoría en la primera votación, por lo que hubo una segunda votación secreta. Debido a que recibió menos del 5 % de los votos, McCormick fue excluido de la segunda votación.

Convención nacional del partido libertario, 2016 - 2ª ronda de votación[64]
Candidato 2ª ronda de votación Porcentaje
Gary Johnson ✓ 518 55.8 %
Austin Petersen 203 21.9 %
John McAfee 131 14.1 %
Darryl Perry 52 5.6 %
Marc Allan Feldman 18 1.9 %
None of the above 2 0.2 %
Derrick Grayson (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Michael Shannon (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Kevin McCormick (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Rhett Smith (escrito en la papeleta) 1 0.1 %
Número total de votos 928 100 %

Partido Republicano[editar]

Primer lugar en votación nominal en la convención
Primer lugar en votos de delegados por Estado.

La convención nacional republicana se llevó a cabo en Cleveland, Ohio del 18 al 21 de julio de 2016.[65][66]

En la tarde del primer día de la convención, un grupo de delegados “Anti-Trump” pusieron en marcha un último esfuerzo para forzar una votación nominal sobre las normas de la convención.[67][68]​ Estos delegados trataron de cambiar las reglas del partido para que los delegados se conviertan en delegados «libres» de manera que en la primera votación, los delegados podrían "votar según su conciencia" y, posiblemente, bloquear a Trump de ganar en la primera ronda de votación. Esa mañana, una petición de una votación nominal se presentó con las firmas de la mayoría de los delegados de diez estados. Por la tarde, las reglas fueron adoptadas por voto de voz, lo que provocó gritos de protesta de los delegados anti-Trump que clamaban por una votación nominal.[67][69]​ Después, una segunda votación oral fue tomada, pero el presidente de la convención les negó una votación nominal, determinando que había firmas insuficientes para imponer tal votación. A la mañana siguiente, el 19 de julio, Las votaciones empezaron, al final, Trump oficialmente fue nominado como candidato para presidente de los Estados Unidos, con un total de 1725 delegados, sobrepasando los 1237 necesarios para asegurar la nominación, Cruz terminó en segundo lugar con 484, le sigue Kasich con 125, Rubio con 123, Carson con 7, Bush con 3 y Paul que logró obtener solamente dos delegados, Trump también en las votaciones, ganó 47 estados y territorios. En ese mismo día, Trump logró obtener el respaldo del liderazgo republicano, como el presidente de la Cámara de Representantes, el Líder de la Mayoría del Senado de los Estados Unidos Mitch McConnell, el excandidato republicano Bob Dole, y el apoyo de senadores y representantes republicanos, Trump oficialmente aceptó la nominación el 21 de julio, el día de la clausura de la convención. Mike Pence, fue nominado como candidato vicepresidencial por aclamación. Pence dio su discurso de aceptación el 20 de julio.

Candidaturas[editar]

Candidatos a la nominación del Partido Republicano
Donald Trump John Kasich Ted Cruz Marco Rubio Ben Carson Jeb Bush Jim Gilmore Carly Fiorina Chris Christie
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Governor John Kasich.jpg
Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress (cropped 2).jpg
Marco Rubio, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg
Jeb Bush Feb 2015.jpg
Jim Gilmore 2015.jpg
Fiorina Halloween.tif
Chris Christie April 2015 (cropped).jpg
Presidente de la

Organización Trump

(1971-presente)
69.ª

gobernador de Ohio

(2011-presente)
Senador de Texas

(2013-presente)
Senador de Florida

(2011-presente)
Director de neurocirugía pediátrica

Johns Hopkins Hospital

(1984-2013)
43.ª

gobernador de Florida

(1999-2007)
68.ª

gobernador de Virginia

(1998-2002)
CEO de Hewlett-Packard

(1999-2005)
55.ª

Gobernador de

Nueva Jersey

(2010-presente)
R: 4 de mayo
R: 3 de mayo
R: 15 de marzo
R: 4 de marzo
R: 20 de febrero
R: 12 de febrero
R: 10 de febrero
R: 10 de febrero
[45][46][47]
[70]
[71][72][73]
[74][75][76]
[77][78][79]
[80][81]
[82][83]
[84][85]
[86][87]
Rand Paul Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee George Pataki Lindsey Graham Bobby Jindal Scott Walker Rick Perry
Rand Paul, official portrait, 112th Congress alternate (cropped).jpg
Rick Santorum by Gage Skidmore 8 (cropped2).jpg
Mike Huckabee by Gage Skidmore 6 (cropped).jpg
Governor of New York George Pataki at Northeast Republican Leadership Conference Philadelphia PA June 2015 NRLC by Michael Vadon 11 (cropped).jpg
Lindsey Graham by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg
Bobby Jindal 26 February 2015.jpg
Scott Walker March 2015.jpg
Rick Perry February 2015.jpg
Senador de Kentucky

(2011-presente)
Senador de Pensilvania

(1995-2007)
44.ª

gobernador de Arkansas

(1996-2007)
53.ª

gobernador de Nueva York

(1995-2006)
Senador

de South Carolina

(2003-presente)
55.ª

gobernador de Luisiana

(2008-2016)
45.ª

gobernador de Wisconsin

(2011-presente)
47.ª

gobernador de Texas

(2000-2015)
R: 3 de febrero
R: 3 de febrero
R: 1 de febrero
R: 29 de diciembre
R: 21 de diciembre
R: 17 de noviembre
R: 21 de septiembre
R: 11 de septiembre
[88][89][90]
[91][92]
[93][94]
[95]
[96][97]
[98][99]
[100][101]
[102][103]

Resultados de la convención Republicana[editar]

Resultados por votación nominal
Candidatos
Donald Trump August 19, 2015 (cropped).jpg
Donald Trump
Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress.jpg
Ted Cruz
Marco Rubio, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg
Marco Rubio
Governor John Kasich.jpg
John Kasich
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg
Ben Carson
Jeb Bush at Southern Republican Leadership Conference May 2015 by Vadon 02.jpg
Jeb Bush
Rand Paul, official portrait, 112th Congress alternate.jpg
Rand Paul
Pictogram voting abstain.svg

Abstenciones
Flag of Alabama.svgAlabama (50 delegados) 36 13 1 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de AlaskaAlaska (28 delegados) 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Samoa AmericanaSamoa Americana

(9 delegados)

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ArizonaArizona (58 delegados) 58 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ArkansasArkansas (40 delegados) 25 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of California.svgCalifornia

(172 delegados)

172 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ColoradoColorado (37 delegados) 4 31 0 0 0 0 0 2
Bandera de ConnecticutConnecticut

(28 delegados)

28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de DelawareDelaware (16 delegados) 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of the District of Columbia.svgDistrito de Columbia

(19 delegados)

19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de FloridaFlorida (99 delegados) 99 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de GeorgiaGeorgia (76 delegados) 42 18 16 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de GuamGuam (9 delegados) 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de HawáiHawái (19 delegados) 11 7 1 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IdahoIdaho (32 delegados) 12 20 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IllinoisIllinois

(69 delegados)

54 9 0 6 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IndianaIndiana

(57 delegados)

57 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IowaIowa (30 delegados) 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de KansasKansas

(40 delegados)

9 24 6 1 0 0 0 0
Bandera de KentuckyKentucky

(46 delegates)

17 15 7 7 0 0 0 0
Bandera de LuisianaLuisiana

(46 delegados)

31 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MaineMaine

(23 delegados)

9 12 0 2 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MarylandMaryland

(38 delegates)

38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MassachusettsMassachusetts

(42 delegados)

22 4 8 8 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MíchiganMíchigan

(59 delegados)

51 6 0 2 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MinnesotaMinnesota

(38 delegados)

8 13 17 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MisisipiMisisipi (40 delegados) 25 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of Missouri.svgMisuri (52 delegados) 41 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MontanaMontana

(27 delegados)

27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de NebraskaNebraska

(36 delegados)

36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de NevadaNevada (30 delegados) 14 6 7 1 2 0 0 0
Bandera de Nuevo HampshireNuevo Hampshire (23 delegados) 11 3 2 4 0 3 0 0
Bandera de Nueva JerseyNueva Jersey (51 delegados) 51 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nuevo MéxicoNuevo México (24 delegados) 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de Nueva YorkNueva York (95 delegados) 89 0 0 6 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Carolina del NorteCarolina del Norte (72 delegados) 29 27 6 9 1 0 0 0
Bandera de Dakota del NorteDakota del Norte (28 delegados) 21 6 0 0 1 0 0 0
Bandera de Islas Marianas del NorteIslas Marianas del Norte (9 delegados) 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OhioOhio (66 delegados) 0 0 0 66 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OklahomaOklahoma (43 delegados) 24 19 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OregónOregón (28 delegados) 23 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of Pennsylvania.svgPensilvania

(71 delegados)

70 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Puerto RicoPuerto Rico (23 delegados) 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Rhode IslandRhode Island (19 delegados) 12 2 0 5 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Carolina del SurCarolina del Sur (50 delegados) 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Dakota del SurDakota del Sur (29 delegados) 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de TennesseeTennessee

(58 delegados)

33 16 9 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de TexasTexas (155 delegados) 48 104 3 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de UtahUtah (40 delegados) 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de VermontVermont (16 delegados) 13 0 0 1 0 0 2 0
Bandera de Islas Vírgenes de los Estados UnidosIslas Vírgenes (9 delegados) 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Bandera de VirginiaVirginia (49 delegados) 17 8 16 5 3 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de WashingtonWashington (44 delegados) 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Virginia OccidentalVirginia Occidental (34 delegados) 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de WisconsinWisconsin (42 delegados) 6 36 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de WyomingWyoming (29 delegados) 3 23 1 2 0 0 0 0
Estados y territorios ganados 46 7 2 1 0 0 0 0
Número total de delegados 1,725 484 123 125 7 3[104] 2 3

Partido Demócrata[editar]

Primer lugar en votación nominal en la convención
Primer lugar en votos de delegados por Estado.
     Hillary Clinton (40)      Bernie Sanders (16)

La Convención Nacional Demócrata se realizó del 25 al 28 de julio del 2016, en Filadelfia, Pensilvania.[105]Hillary Clinton y Tim Kaine fueron oficialmente nominados.

Candidaturas[editar]

Candidatos a la nominación del Partido Demócrata
Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders Martin O'Malley Lawrence Lessig Lincoln Chafee Jim Webb
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Bernie Sanders September 2015 cropped.jpg
Governor O'Malley Portrait.jpg
Lessig (cropped).png
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Jim Webb official 110th Congress photo (cropped).jpg
67.ª

secretaria de Estado

(2009-2013)
Senador por Vermont (2007-presente)
61.ª

gobernador de Maryland

(2011-2015)
Profesor de Derecho de Harvard

(2009-2016)
74.ª

gobernador de

Rhode Island

(2011-2015)
Senador por Virginia

(2007-2013)
R: 1 de febrero
R: 2 de noviembre
R: 23 de octubre
R: 20 de octubre
[50][51][52]
[106]
[107]
[60]
[108][109]
[110]

Resultados de la convención Demócrata[editar]

Resultados por votación nominal[111]
Candidatos
HRC in Iowa APR 2015.jpg
Hillary Clinton
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Bernie Sanders
Pictogram voting abstain.svg

Abstenciones
Flag of Alabama.svgAlabama 50 9 1
Bandera de AlaskaAlaska 6 14 0
Bandera de Samoa AmericanaSamoa Americana 8 3 0
Bandera de ArizonaArizona 51 34 0
Bandera de ArkansasArkansas 27 10 0
Flag of California.svgCalifornia 330 221 0
Bandera de ColoradoColorado 36 41 1
Bandera de ConnecticutConnecticut 44 27 0
Bandera de DelawareDelaware 23 9 0
Democrats Abroad 7 10 0
Flag of the District of Columbia.svgDistrito de Columbia 39 5 0
Bandera de FloridaFlorida 163 72 11
Bandera del Estado de GeorgiaGeorgia 87 29 1
Bandera de GuamGuam 9 2 1
Bandera de HawáiHawái 15 19 0
Bandera de IdahoIdaho 7 20 0
Bandera de IllinoisIllinois 98 74 11
Bandera de IndianaIndiana 48 43 1
Bandera de IowaIowa 30 21 0
Bandera de KansasKansas 14 23 0
Bandera de KentuckyKentucky 33 27 0
Bandera de LuisianaLuisiana 45 14 0
Bandera de MaineMaine 12 18 0
Bandera de MarylandMaryland 84 36 0
Bandera de MassachusettsMassachusetts 68 46 1
Bandera de MíchiganMíchigan 81 66 0
Bandera de MinnesotaMinnesota 42 47 4
Bandera de MisisipiMisisipi 33 7 1
Flag of Missouri.svgMisuri 49 35 0
Bandera de MontanaMontana 14 12 1
Bandera de NebraskaNebraska 13 16 0
Bandera de NevadaNevada 27 16 1
Bandera de Nuevo HampshireNuevo Hampshire 16 16 0
Bandera de Nueva JerseyNueva Jersey 90 45 7
Bandera de Nuevo MéxicoNuevo México 27 16 0
Bandera del Estado de Nueva YorkNueva York 181 108 2
Bandera de Carolina del NorteCarolina del Norte 70 48 2
Bandera de Dakota del NorteDakota del Norte 7 14 2
Bandera de Islas Marianas del NorteIslas Marianas del Norte 9 2 0
Bandera de OhioOhio 98 62 0
Bandera de OklahomaOklahoma 20 22 0
Bandera de OregónOregón 34 38 2
Flag of Pennsylvania.svgPensilvania 126 82 0
Bandera de Puerto RicoPuerto Rico 44 23 0
Bandera de Rhode IslandRhode Island 19 13 1
Bandera de Carolina del SurCarolina del Sur 46 13 0
Bandera de Dakota del SurDakota del Sur 15[112] 10 0
Bandera de TennesseeTennessee 50 23 2
Bandera de TexasTexas 179 72 0
Bandera de UtahUtah 8 29 0
Bandera de VermontVermont 4 22 0
Bandera de Islas Vírgenes de los Estados UnidosIslas Vírgenes 12 0 0
Bandera de VirginiaVirginia 75 33 0
Bandera del Estado de WashingtonWashington 42 74 2
Bandera de Virginia OccidentalVirginia Occidental 19 18 0
Bandera de WisconsinWisconsin 47 49 0
Bandera de WyomingWyoming 11 7 0
Sin asignar[113] 0 0 1[113]
Estados y territorios ganados 40 16 1[114]
Número total de delegados 2842 1865 56

Partido Verde[editar]

Resultados de la convención del Partido Verde[editar]

Campaña electoral[editar]

Lemas de campaña[editar]

  • Hillary Clinton: Stronger Together (Más fuertes juntos)
  • Donald Trump: Make America Great Again (Hacer a Estados Unidos grande de nuevo)
  • Gary Johnson: Live Free (Vive libre)
  • Jill Stein: #ItsInOurHands (Está en nuestras manos)
  • Darrell Castle: Preserve Protect Defend The Constitution (Preservar, proteger y defender la Constitución)
  • Evan McMullin: It's never too late! (Nunca es demasiado tarde)

Debates[editar]

  • El primer debate presidencial entre Hillary Clinton y Donald Trump fue el debate más visto en la historia de los Estados Unidos, con alrededor de 84 millones de espectadores. Los temas discutidos fueron la economía, los planes de los candidatos para derrotar a ISIS, seguridad nacional y la "dirección" del país, según informó la Comisión de Debates. El moderador del primer debate fue el presentador de NBC News, Lester Holt.
  • El segundo debate entre Clinton y Trump fue del estilo town hall, en el que los candidatos participantes reciben preguntas de los moderadores y de la audiencia, conformada por 40 votantes indecisos.

Estados pendulares (swing states) para 2016[editar]

Los estados en rojo, son los estados calificados como "seguros" para los Republicanos, los estados en azul son los estados calificados como "seguros" para los Demócratas, y los estados en gris son los denominados, swing states
Predicción del mapa electoral de NBC      Sólido (Trump)      Pequeña ventaja (Trump)      Competitivo      Pequeña ventaja (Clinton)      Sólido (Clinton)

En todos los estados, excepto Maine y Nebraska, el ganador del voto popular en el estado gana todos los votos electorales del estado (aunque las legislaturas estatales pueden, por ley, cambiar cómo se eligen a los electores). Maine y Nebraska utilizan el "método de distrito del Congreso", en el que el ganador del estado recibe dos votos electorales y los candidatos reciben votos electorales adicionales para cada distrito del que ganan. Recientes campañas presidenciales han centrado generalmente sus recursos en un número relativamente pequeño de estados competitivos. Estados clave incluyen Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Ohio, Pensilvania, Nuevo Hampshire, Virginia, Carolina del Norte y Florida. Otros objetivos para los Demócratas, incluyen el segundo distrito del Congreso de Nebraska, Misuri, Indiana, Montana, Arizona y Georgia. Mientras tanto, los republicanos pueden también dirigirse el segundo distrito de Maine, Oregón y Nuevo México. Otros estados también pueden llegar a ser competitivos si los swing states de 2016 difieren de los de las elecciones de 2012, 2016 o si se convierte en una victoria para alguno de los partidos.

Predicciones[editar]

Varios sitios y personas publican predicciones de estados competitivos. La mayoría de los predictores electorales utilizan "competitivo" para indicar que ninguna de los candidatos tienen ventaja, "Inclinándose a" para indicar que un partido tiene una ligera ventaja, "probable" para indicar que un partido tiene una ventaja significativa, pero no insuperables, y "seguro" o "sólido" para indicar que un partido tiene una oportunidad casi segura de la victoria. Todos los estados clasificados con al menos una calificación que no sea "seguro" o "sólido" se enumeran a continuación.

Estados Votos

Electorales

Resultados en 2012 Cook

27 de mayo de 2016[117]

Sabato

23 de junio de 2016[118]

Roth

1 de julio de 2016[119]

RCP

13 de julio de 2016[120]

Última vez que cambió
Colorado 9 Obama (D) 51.5 % competitivo competitivo Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) competitivo 2004
Florida 29 Obama (D) 50.1 % competitivo competitivo competitivo Competitivo 2004
Georgia 16 Romney (R) 53.3 % Inclinándose (Republicano) Inclinándose (Republicano) Probable (Republicano) Inclinándose (Republicano) 1992
Iowa 6 Obama (D) 51.9 % Competitivo Probable (Republicano) Competitivo Probable (Republicano) 2004
Segundo Distrito

congresional de

Maine

1 Obama (D) 52.9 % Probable (Republicano) Inclinándose (Republicano) Competitivo Inclinándose (Republicano) 1988
Míchigan 16 Obama (D) 54.2 % Inclinándose (Demócrata) Probable (Demócrata) Probable (Demócrata) Inclinándose (Demócrata) 1988
Misuri 10 Romney (R) 53.8 % Probable (Republicano) Probable (Republicano) Probable (Republicano) Inclinándose (Republicano) 1996
Nevada 6 Obama (D) 52.4 % Competitivo Competitivo Competitivo Competitivo 2004
Nuevo Hampshire 4 Obama (D) 52.0 % sólido (Demócrata) Inclinándose (Demócrata) Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) Inclinándose (Demócrata) 2004
Carolina del Norte 15 Romney (R) 50.4 % Competitivo Competitivo Competitivo Competitivo 2008
Ohio 18 Obama (D) 50.7 % Inclinándose (Republicano) Inclinándose (Republicano) Competitivo Competitivo 2004
Pensilvania 20 Obama (D) 52.0 % Inclinándose (Demócrata) Inclinándose (Demócrata) Inclinándose (Demócrata) Competitivo 1988
Virginia 13 Obama (D) 51.2 % Inclinándose (Demócrata) sólido (Demócrata) Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) 2004
Wisconsin 10 Obama (D) 52.8 % Inclinándose (Demócrata) Probable (Demócrata) Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) Pequeña ventaja (Demócrata) 1988

Encuestas[editar]

Gráfica con las tendencias de opinión para las elecciones presidenciales de EE. UU. de noviembre de 2016.

Promedio de Encuestas hacia la elección general[editar]

Tipo de carrera Fuente Clinton/Kaine
Demócrata
Trump/Pence
Republicano
Johnson/Weld
Libertario
Stein/Baraka
Verde
Ventaja
Dos candidatos Real Clear Politics[121] 47.9 % 42.0 % +5.9
HuffPost Pollster[122] 47.9 % 40.6 % +7.3
Cuatro candidatos Real Clear Politics[123] 45.0 % 39.4 % 6.0 % 2.2 % +5.6

Clinton/Kaine (D) vs. Trump/Pence (R)[editar]

Encuestador Fecha Clinton/Kaine
Demócrata
Trump/Pence
Republicano
Ventaja
CNN/ORC[124] 29-31 de julio de 2016 52.0 % 43.0 % +9.0 %
CBS News[125] 29-31 de julio de 2016 46.0 % 39.0 % +7.0 %
Morning Consult[126] 29-30 de julio de 2016 43.0 % 40.0 % +3.0 %
CNN/ORC[127] 22-24 de julio de 2016 45.0 % 48.0 % +3.0 %
CBS News[128] 22-24 de julio de 2016 43.0 % 44.0 % +1.0 %
LA Times/USC[129] 18-24 de julio de 2016 41.0 % 45.0 % +4.0 %
Gravis[130] 21-22 de julio de 2016 49.0 % 51.0 % +2.0 %
Reuters/Ipsos[131] 16-20 de julio de 2016 40.0 % 36.0 % +4.0 %
Rasmussen Reports[132] 18-19 de julio de 2016 42.0 % 43.0 % +1.0 %
NBC News/Survey Monkey[133] 11-17 de julio de 2016 46.0 % 45.0 % +1.0 %
CNN/ORC[134] 13-16 de julio de 2016 49.0 % 42.0 % +7.0 %
ABC News/Wash Post[135] 11-14 de julio de 2016 47.0 % 43.0 % +4.0
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl[136] 9-13 de julio de 2016 46.0 % 41.0 % +5.0
CBS News/NY Times[137] 8-12 de julio de 2016 40.0 % 40.0 % Empate
Rasmussen Reports[138] 12-13 de julio de 2016 37.0 % 44.0 % +7.0
Economist/YouGov[139] 9-11 de julio de 2016 45.0 % 43.0 % +2.0
Fox News[140] 26-28 de junio de 2016 44.0 % 38.0 % +6.0
CNN/ORC[141] 16-19 de junio de 2016 47.0 % 42.0 % +5.0
ABC News/Wash Post[142] 16-19 de mayo de 2016 44.0 % 46.0 % +2.0

Clinton/Kaine (D) vs. Trump/Pence (R) vs. Johnson/Weld (L)[editar]

Encuestador Fecha Clinton/Kaine
Demócrata
Trump/Pence
Republicano
Johnson/Weld
Libertario
Ventaja
CBS News/NY Times [143] 8-12 de julio de 2016 36.0 % 36.0 % 12.0 % empate
McClatchy/Marist [144] 5-9 de julio de 2016 40.0 % 35.0 % 10.0 % +5
Rasmussen Reports[145] 5 de julio de 2016 38.0 % 40.0 % 9.0 % +2
Reuters/Ipsos[146] 2-6 de julio de 2016 42.0 % 33.0 % 6.0 % +9
Economist/YouGov[147] 2-4 de julio de 2016 42.0 % 37.0 % 4.0 % +5
Fox News [148] 26-28 de julio de 2016 41.0 % 36.0 % 10.0 % +5

Encuestas a nivel estatal[editar]

Según las encuestas, al momento, ninguno de los candidatos llega al número necesario de votos electorales (270); hasta el momento, 17 estados permanecen indecisos, dando un total de 213 votos electorales de estados indecisos. Clinton tiene una enorme ventaja sobre Trump en cuanto a votos electorales.
     Hillary Clinton
243 (17 estados + D.C. + 1 distrito de Maine)
     Donald Trump
107 (17 estados + 2 distritos de Nebraska)
     Diferencia dentro del margen de error
184 (15 estados + 1 distrito de Nebraska y 1 distrito de Maine)
     Sin encuestas al momento
4 (1 estados)
Estado Fecha Votos

Electorales

Hillary Clinton
Demócrata
Donald Trump
Republicano
Ventaja
Arizona 22-23 de junio de 2016 11 40 % 44 % 4
Arkansas 21 de junio de 2016 6 36 % 47 % 11
California 8 de junio-2 de julio de 2016 55 51 % 27 % 24
Colorado 9-12 de julio de 2016 9 37 % 28 % 9
Connecticut 1-5 de junio de 2016 7 41 % 36 % 5
Florida 5-11 de julio de 2016 29 41 % 36 % 5
Georgia 27-30 de mayo de 2016 16 38 % 45 % 7
Idaho 18 de mayo-4 de junio de 2016 4 32 % 49 % 17
Illinois 14-16 de julio de 2016 20 51 % 34 % 17
Indiana 11-15 de mayo de 2016 11 31 % 40 % 9
Iowa 13-15 de julio de 2016 6 39 % 40 % 1
Kansas 8-11 de julio de 2016 6 36 % 47 % 11
Kentucky 5-7 de julio de 2016 8 28 % 34 % 6
Luisiana 5-6 de mayo de 2016 8 36 % 52 % 16
Maine 15-21 de junio de 2016 4 42 % 35 % 7
Maryland 15-17 de abril de 2016 10 61 % 28 % 33
Massachusetts 2-5 de mayo de 2016 11 55 % 31 % 24
Míchigan 13-15 de julio de 2016 16 42 % 39 % 3
Minnesota 25-27 de abril de 2016 10 48 % 35 % 13
Misuri 11-12 de julio de 2016 10 36 % 46 % 10
Nevada 7-10 de julio de 2016 6 45 % 41 % 4
Nuevo Hampshire 24-28 de junio de 2016 4 47 % 42 % 5
Nueva Jersey 22-26 de junio de 2016 14 44 % 32 % 12
Nuevo México 13-15 de mayo de 2016 5 41 % 33 % 8
Nueva York 22-28 de junio de 2016 29 54 % 31 % 23
Carolina del Norte 5-11 de julio de 2016 15 42 % 36 % 6
Ohio 30 de junio-11 de julio de 2016 18 36 % 37 % 1
Oklahoma 2-4 de mayo de 2016 7 28 % 48 % 20
Oregón 23-27 de junio de 2016 7 46 % 32 % 14
Pensilvania 30 de junio-11 de julio de 2016 20 34 % 40 % 6
Tennessee 25 de abril-11 de mayo de 2016 11 35 % 44 % 9
Texas 10-20 de junio de 2016 38 32 % 39 % 7
Utah 8-17 de junio de 2016 6 27 % 36 % 9
Vermont 27 de junio-1 de julio de 2016 3 39 % 24 % 15
Virginia 9-12 de julio de 2016 13 39 % 34 % 5
Washington 14-15 de junio de 2016 12 49 % 37 % 12
Virginia Occidental 29 de abril-1 de mayo de 2016 5 30 % 57 % 27
Wisconsin 7-10 de julio de 2016 10 43 % 37 % 6

Preelectorales[editar]

Elección general[editar]

Encuestadora Candidato demócrata % Candidato republicano % Ventaja %
Real Clear Politics Hillary Clinton 47.3 % Donald Trump 41.0 % 6.3
Hillary Clinton 44.0 % Marco Rubio 48.0 % 4.0
Hillary Clinton 45.4 % Ted Cruz 46.2 % 0.8
Hillary Clinton 40.3 % John Kasich 47.7 % 7.4
Bernie Sanders 50.8 % Donald Trump 40.8 % 10.0
Bernie Sanders 47.3 % Marco Rubio 44.0 % 3.3
Bernie Sanders 50.0 % Ted Cruz 40.3 % 9.7
Bernie Sanders 43.0 % John Kasich 42.5 % 0.5
HuffPost Pollster Hillary Clinton 50.6 % Donald Trump 40.7 % 9.9
Hillary Clinton 48.1 % Ted Cruz 44.7 % 3.4

Partido Republicano[editar]

Fuente Fecha Ted Cruz John Kasich Donald Trump Otros
FiveThirtyEight Average[149] 18 de marzo de 2016 22.8 % 11.5 % 38.7 %
HuffPost Pollster Model[150] 18 de marzo de 2016 26.4 % 13.5 % 43.6 % Indeciso 6.9 %
Otros 4.9 %
RealClear Politics Average[151] 3 de marzo-17 de marzo de 2016 26.7 % 18.7 % 35.7 %
270 to Win Average[152] 25 de febrero-18 de marzo de 2016 23.0 % 13.8 % 37.4 %

Partido Demócrata[editar]

Fuente Fecha Hillary
Clinton
Bernie
Sanders
Otros / Indecisos
FiveThirtyEight Average[153] 18 de marzo de 2016 50.9 % 38.8 % 10.3 %
HuffPost Pollster Model[154] 18 de marzo de 2016 52.1 % 41.8 % 6.1 %

Resultados[editar]

Voto popular[editar]

Candidato
presidente/vicepresidente
Partido Voto
popular
Porcentaje
Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine Demócrata 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.65,853,514 48.18 %
Donald Trump/ Mike Pence Republicano 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.62,984,828 46.09 %
Gary Johnson/William Weld Libertario 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.4,489,341 3.28 %
Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka Verde 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.1,457,218 1.07 %
Candidatos por escrito varios 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.760,210 0.56 %
Evan McMullin/Mindy Finn Independiente 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.731,991 0.54 %
Darrell Castle/Scott Bradley Constitución 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.203,090 0.15 %
Total 0Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido..Expresión errónea: carácter de puntuación «,» desconocido.136,480,192 100.0 %

Resultados del Colegio Electoral[editar]

Resultados del Colegio Electoral
Candidatos Votos
Electorales
Donald Trump, October 2016 by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg
Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton at Planned Parenthood-8 (cropped).jpg
Hillary Clinton
Colin Powell official Secretary of State photo.jpg
Collin Powell
John Kasich at 2016 CPAC.jpg
John Kasich
Bernie Sanders 2015 (1).jpg
Bernie Sanders
Ron Paul by Gage Skidmore 3 (crop 2).jpg
Ron Paul
Faith Spotted Eagle
Número total de

votos electorales

538 304 227 3 1 1 1 1
Flag of Alabama.svgAlabama 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de AlaskaAlaska 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ArizonaArizona 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ArkansasArkansa 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of California.svgCalifornia 55 0 55 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Carolina del NorteCarolina del Norte 15 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Carolina del SurCarolina del Sur 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ColoradoColorado 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de ConnecticutConnecticut 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Dakota del NorteDakota del Norte 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Dakota del SurDakota del Sur 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de DelawareDelaware 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of the District of Columbia.svgDistrito de Columbia 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de FloridaFlorida 29 29 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de GeorgiaGeorgia 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de HawáiHawái 4 0 3 0 0 1 0 0
Bandera de IdahoIdaho 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IllinoisIllinois 20 0 20 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IndianaIndiana 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de IowaIowa 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de KansasKansas 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de KentuckyKentucky 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de LuisianaLuisiana 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MaineMaine 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Maine1.º distrito congresional de Maine 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Maine2.º distrito congresional de Maine 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MarylandMaryland 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MassachusettsMassachusetts 11 0 11 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MíchiganMíchigan 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MinnesotaMinnesota 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MisisipiMisisipi 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of Missouri.svgMisuri 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de MontanaMontana 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de NebraskaNebraska 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nebraska1.º distrito congresional de Nebraska 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nebraska2.º distrito congresional de Nebraska 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nebraska3.º distrito congresional de Nebraska 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de NevadaNevada 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nuevo HampshireNuevo Hampshire 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nueva JerseyNueva Jersey 14 0 14 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Nuevo MéxicoNuevo México 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de Nueva YorkNueva York 29 0 29 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OhioOhio 18 18 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OklahomaOklahoma 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de OregónOregón 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 0
Flag of Pennsylvania.svgPensilvania 20 20 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Rhode IslandRhode Island 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de TennesseeTennessee 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de TexasTexas 38 36 0 0 1 0 1 0
Bandera de UtahUtah 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de VermontVermont 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de VirginiaVirginia 13 0 13 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de Virginia OccidentalVirginia Occidental 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera del Estado de WashingtonWashington 12 0 8 3 0 0 0 1
Bandera de WisconsinWisconsin 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bandera de WyomingWyoming 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Estados ganados 50 30+ME-2 20+D.C. 0 0 0 0 0

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