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How does the number of Electoral College votes a presidential candidate has compare to the number of popular votes a presidential candidate has?

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    well, the electoral college is how popular he is in certain states so he gets the majority vote which should be the popular vote but it is not there have been cases where a canadite had the most popular votes but lost

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