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Courtesy of The Hill:
A majority of voters says the Electoral College system should be abandoned in favor of a national popular vote, according to a new poll.
The latest NBC News–Wall Street Journal survey finds that 53 percent of voters say the outcome of the presidential election should be determined by the popular vote, with 43 percent saying the Electoral College system should remain in place.
Democrats are increasingly advocating to abolish the Electoral College. The party’s 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, received nearly 3 million more votes overall than President Trump in 2016, but she only received 232 electoral votes, compared to Trump’s 306.
A similar scenario played out for Democrats in 2000, when then-Vice President Al Gore won the popular vote but lost in the Electoral College to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush.
Support for moving away from the Electoral College system cuts sharply along partisan lines.
Seventy-nine percent of Democrats say the popular vote should determine the outcome of the presidential election, while 74 percent of Republicans say the nation should stick with the Electoral College. Independents are almost evenly split, with 49 percent saying popular vote and 44 percent saying Electoral College.
I think it is well past time to discard this relic from the past and move to simply use the popular vote.
That way every vote counts and Democrats will no longer have to worry about having the presidency stolen away from them after they win the election.