| Northwest Florida Daily News
Donald Trump won Florida over Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election early Wednesday.
Predominantly Democratic counties, including Miami-Dade, Florida’s largest county, had a lower Democratic turnout than in 2016, which helped Trump win the battleground state again. Trump won Florida in the 2016 race over Hillary Clinton, helping him win the presidency.
But how much did the map change in four years?
In Miami-Dade in 2016, about 623,000 people voted for Clinton against under 333,000 for Trump. In 2020, as of midnight, about 10,000 fewer people voted for Biden, while Trump gained nearly 200,000 more votes.
The interactive election map below shows the changes between your county’s voting pattern in 2016 and 2020. Click on the counties to learn more.
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