- The 1824 election was the first election where electoral college voters were selected by the popular vote.
- Five presidents have taken office after losing the popular vote.
- In 1824, John Quincy Adams was the first president to lose the popular vote.
|1||6||John Quincy Adams (1824)||-38,149||-10.44%|
|2||19||Rutherford B. Hayes (1876)||-254,235||-3.02%|
|3||45||Donald J. Trump (2016)||-2,868,691||-2.10%|
|4||23||Benjamin Harrison (1888)||-90,596||-0.79%|
|5||43||George W. Bush (2000)||-543,895||-0.51%|
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