Texas has won the most electoral votes in a U.S. presidential election, a map that shows the most recent U.K. election results.
The map, a partnership between Genshin, a digital visualization company, and the Electoral College, shows the states that voted for Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Genshin’s interactive map shows the percentage of votes cast for each candidate in each state.
It’s also shown the percentage that Trump received from all states, which is a key indicator of who won.
If Clinton had won the popular vote by more than 2.5 million votes, she would have been the first female president, the map shows.
Clinton’s popular vote margin was nearly 6 million votes.
Trump’s popular-vote margin was less than 300,000 votes.
In the 2016 election, Trump won the Electoral college with a narrow 306 electoral votes, or 270 votes out of the total 538.
According to the maps, Trump is ahead of Clinton by 537 votes in Texas.
Trump currently holds a 3,079-vote lead in Texas and a 1,827-vote advantage in Georgia.
Texas is not the only state that flipped between the candidates in the 2016 presidential election.
In Wisconsin, Trump garnered 2.8 million votes while Clinton received 2.3 million votes for president.
As a result, Trump has a narrow 332-vote edge in the state.