Protesters hold signs and flags in front of the U.S. Supreme Court after the 2000 election resulted in a recount as a result of Al Gore winning the popular vote, but George W. Bush winning more electoral votes. The court decided the outcome in favor of Bush. Experts say the likelihood of a split vote this year between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is unlikely, but the polls are close and it’s not out of the question.
Protesters hold signs and flags in front of the U.S. Supreme Court after the 2000 election resulted in a recount as a result of Al Gore winning the popular vote, but George W. Bush winning more electoral votes. The court decided the outcome in favor of Bush. Experts say the likelihood of a split vote this year between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is unlikely, but the polls are close and it’s not out of the question. STEVE HELBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
Protesters hold signs and flags in front of the U.S. Supreme Court after the 2000 election resulted in a recount as a result of Al Gore winning the popular vote, but George W. Bush winning more electoral votes. The court decided the outcome in favor of Bush. Experts say the likelihood of a split vote this year between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is unlikely, but the polls are close and it’s not out of the question. STEVE HELBER ASSOCIATED PRESS

It’s possible Trump or Clinton could win popular vote and still lose the election

November 07, 2016 4:08 PM