Donald Trump won Florida, the largest state in major dispute with a narrow margin. Florida, with 29 electoral college votes, is a key state and could determine the winner of the election.
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Trump also had important victories in Ohio (18 electoral votes) and North Carolina (15 electoral votes), other battleground states.
Hillary Clinton will not speak this morning announced his campaign manager.
Four of the five electoral votes in Nebraska
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CNN projected that Republicans will retain control of the House of Representatives. They left with 120 representatives, while Democrats have 88.
The electorate becomes less white and more Latin
About 70% of voters on Tuesday are white, compared with 72% four years ago. Black voters also fell: from 13% to 12%.
Meanwhile, the Latino population increased from 10% to 11%, and Asian 3% to 4%.
The voters liked their candidate
Throughout the campaign, many Americans said they would choose between the lesser of two evils. But when they left the polls, 42% of voters said he felt good in favour of their candidate.
Only 25% said their vote was based on the rejection of other options. Another 31% said they liked their candidate, but had reservations.
Not much to choose from. This is how many voters feel about the presidential candidates in the US Only about 4 in 10 voters said they excite them or would be optimistic if Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump arrive at the White House, according to exit polls polls.
That contrasts with his view of the current president. Around 54% of voters went to the polls on Tuesday said they approve of the job Barack Obama as president.
Look at the reactions during the election night in the US
And while Donald Trump has talked a lot about the election is rigged, about 8 in 10 voters said they rely in some way on the results of the election will be counted accurately.
The moment of decision several weeks ago
Voters said they decided their vote long ago, as indicated by the exit poll surveys.
About 62% of voters decided before September for whom they vote. Another 26% decided in September or October.
But only 12% decided in the last week or last days. This suggests that the recent revelations of FBI reopened and then closed again his research related emails Hillary Clinton and allegations of misconduct Donald Trump did not have much impact on Americans when going to vote.