Here’s what the US electoral map would look like if only millennials had voted

A electoral college tracking map giving live updates on the US election results highlights the voting trends of Millennials.

The breakdown, released early this morning by data website surveymonkey showed an overwhelming majority of millennials cast their vote in favour of democrat Hillary Clinton.

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Despite the overwhelming support for Clinton, it did not translate into real life events with Trump winning over 60 electoral college votes more than the democratic party nominee.

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With some states still to declare a result, the map below shows how strong the Republican vote was across the US, pushing Democratic support back to strongholds on the west coast and the north east. Nationally, Donald Trump has won with 47.7% of the vote, with Hillary Clinton taking 47.5% – this has translated into 278 votes for the Republicans and 218 for the Democrats.

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