Number of Counties Won in Presidential Election Doesn’t Determine Outcome

Posted on AllSides August 31st, 2023
From The Center

For decades, Democratic presidential candidates have gotten more votes in densely populated, urban areas than Republicans, who have been favored in more sparsely populated, rural areas.

The same trend held in the 2020 election, when President Joe Biden won 81 million votes, defeating former President Donald Trump, who received 74 million votes. Since Biden’s votes were more concentrated in population centers, he won far fewer counties overall than Trump, whose votes were more spread out.

In fact, the counties that Biden won had 67 million more residents than the counties Trump won, according...

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