Hillary Clinton ahead in popular vote
As of Wednesday evening, hours after Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump to concede the US presidential election, the former secretary of state held a narrow lead in the popular vote, 47.7 percent to 47.5 percent.
She had 59,755,284 votes, according to CNN's tally, with 92 percent of the expected vote counted. Trump had 59,535,522. That difference of 219,762 is razor-thin, with nearly 120 million votes counted so far. The totals will continue to change as absentee votes trickle in.
Here’s how some polls called the vote on Monday, according to Real Clear Politics: Rasmussen Report: Clinton victory by 2 points Bloomberg: Clinton by 3 points Reuters: Clinton by 3 points NY Times-Upshot: Clinton by 3 points CBS News: Clinton by 4 points Fox News: Clinton by 4 points ABC/Washington Post: Clinton by 4 points Monmouth: Clinton by 6 points