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How Chicago Voted for President in 2016

Clinton won more than 83 percent of the city’s vote, just shy of Obama’s 2008 and 2012 results. Of Chicago’s 2,069 precincts, Trump won 51.

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Clinton

83.7%
890,705 votes

Trump

12.5%
132,738 votes
Note: With 2,067 of 2,069 precincts reporting
Source: Chicago Board of Elections

2016 General Election Results, by Ward

   Wards won by Hillary Clinton
   Wards won by Donald Trump
Darker colors indicate a bigger share of the vote

2016 General Election Results, by Precinct

   Precincts won by Clinton
   Precincts won by Trump
   Tie or no results yet

Darker colors indicate a bigger share of the vote
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Precincts That Made the Biggest Difference

 
 
750-vote difference
   Precincts won by Clinton
   Precincts won by Trump
Darker colors indicate a bigger share of the vote
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Sources: Chicago Board of Elections; demographic information from City of Chicago via WBEZ

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