His vote count in the general election was 66,882,230.
There were 212,720,027 eligible voters in the US.
That makes 31.4%.
Why the others didn't vote, I don't know, but I'd venture to hazard a guess.
Our choices in the election were pretty lame. We had the opportunity to elect a RINO senator who didn't stand for anything we believed in, and whose only hope for election was people voting for his VP candidate and praying that he was so old that he'd kick off and leave her as Prez. The other choice was a lying, weaselly Chicago politician (I know, redundant) who managed, with the help of the MSM, to sucker the masses into thinking that he was the Great Mulatto Hope for our country after 8 years of BushHitlerCheneyHalliburton.
Some choice. Many people held their noses and voted for
There were many who stated that there was no way they could vote in good conscience, since they weren't going to compromise their principles to settle for someone they really didn't like. I can relate. My preferred candidate, unfortunately, never made it far enough to matter in the general elecion.
There you have it.
I suppose it is for the best that the Usurper-in-Chief is going at it balls-to-the-wall. This way, there is no doubt who is causing this. No more blaming Bush. The