Trump Only Got 4.63% of the Vote in Oakland
And in Berkeley, he lost to Jill Stein. Alameda, meanwhile, had one of the highest voter turnout rates in the region with 80.52 percent.
President-elect Donald Trump only managed to garner 4.63 percent of the vote in Oakland in the Nov. 8 election compared to Hillary Clinton's 87.76 percent, according to our analysis of final precinct data from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. Green Party candidate Jill Stein almost beat Trump in Oakland, finishing with 3.76 percent of the vote. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson came in fourth with 1.36 percent.
Clinton 154,437 87.76%
Trump 8,152 4.63%
Stein 6,621 3.76%
Johnson 2,388 1.36%
In Berkeley, Stein finished ahead of Trump, taking 4.46 percent of the vote compared to his 3.17 percent. Clinton commanded 88.27 percent of the vote in Berkeley, with Johnson finishing with 1.35 percent.
Clinton 58,690 88.27%
Stein 2,963 4.46%
Trump 2,106 3.17%
Johnson 898 1.35%
In Alameda, Trump fared slightly better, capturing 13.04 percent of the vote compared to Clinton's 78.04 percent. And Johnson finished slightly ahead of Stein on the island, 2.58 percent to 2.52 percent. Alameda also had one of the highest voter turnout rates in the region, with 80.52 percent of registered voters casting ballots in the election.
Clinton 30,696 78.04%
Trump 5,129 13.04%
Johnson 1,015 2.58%
Stein 992 2.52%
Published online on Nov. 28, 2016 at 5:29 p.m.