Early Tuesday morning, Hillary Clinton was declared the winner of the U.S. presidential election held in Guam. Clinton won the popular vote with 71% to Trump’s 24% of the 32,000 votes cast.
Bad news: The votes don’t count. While Guam’s delegates in the primary helped push Clinton to the nomination, the country is not awarded electoral college votes in the general election.
Good news: Guam has correctly predicted the next winner of the general election since 1980.
This margin of victory is matched in recent history only by Obama who won the popular vote in Guam in 2012 with 72%.
Score? Still 0-0