Election Day 2016 by the numbers

Election Day 2016 by the numbers
Posted at 10:30 AM, Nov 02, 2016

Almost half of U.S. voters say they are supporting one candidate over the other just to stop the other from winning.

That's a statistic from WalletHub, which has released a "by-the-numbers" look at the upcoming election day, Nov. 8.

Other numbers:

• Politifact has rated 13.33 percent of Hillary Clinton's claims as "false" or "pants on fire," vs. 65 percent for Donald Trump.
• Hillary Clinton has earned $21.6 million in speaking fees from 2013 to 2015 (92 speeches).
• Fourteen states have new laws that could make it more difficult to vote this year.


Source: WalletHub