The Republican strategy to oppress the vote is working.
I think there is a very real argument developing in the country to repeal the Republican voter oppression. Blue States turned out in large numbers, but, the Red States could not produce comparable percentages of Democratic voters.
I would turn to the Bloomberg organization to research these realities. The Bloomberg organization has always been centered on democracy, fairness and freedom.
November 12, 2016
By Andrew McGill
...Unfortunately, (click here) that graph is missing something important. (And not just a properly scaled y-axis.)
The numbers that came out on Election Night were enough to secure Trump
the presidency, but they weren’t complete. State officials are still
counting millions of provisional and absentee ballots, and within two
weeks, Clinton will likely have another few million votes in the bank....
...“We probably have about 7 million votes left to count,” said David Wasserman, an editor at Cook Political Report who is tracking turnout.
“A majority of them are on the coasts, in New York, California, and
Washington. She should be able to win those votes, probably 2-1.” By
mid-December, when the Electoral College officially casts its ballots,
Wasserman estimates that Clinton could be ahead by 2 percentage points
in the popular vote....