Five presidents were elected after losing the popular vote.
Three presidents have lost the popular vote and still won the election: Rutherford B. Hayes (1876); Benjamin Harrison (1888); George W. Bush (2000).
Two people who later became US Presidents won the popular vote but lost an earlier Presidential election.Andrew Jackson won the popular vote in 1824 and lost the election, He was then elected in 1828 and 1832.Grover Cleveland won the popular vote but lost the election in 1888. He won in 1884 and 1892,
Samuel Tilden won the popular vote but lost the election.
Obviously people who lose the election do not become President at that time. Andrew Jackson led in the popular vote in 1824 but lost, However he won in 1828 and again in 1832. Grover Cleveland , the incumbent President, won the popular vote in 1888 but lost the election to Benjamin Harrison. He won again in 1892 and returned to office.
1824, Andrew Jackson lost to John Qunicy Adams. Andrew Jackson won the popular vote but lost the election.
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Four candidates won the popular vote but lost the presidency: Andrew Jackson won the popular vote but lost the election to John Quincy Adams (1824) Samuel J. Tilden won the popular vote but lost the election to Rutherford B. Hayes (1876) Grover Cleveland won the popular vote but lost the election to Benjamin Harrison (1888) Al Gore won the popular vote but lost the election to George W. Bush (2000).
Four presidents won the electoral vote while losing the popular vote: John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison and George W. Bush.
John Quincy Adams in 1824 was the only US President who was elected while losing in both popular and electoral votes. The election was decided in Congress.Several sitting Presidents have lost reelection by both popular and electoral vote, among them William Howard Taft (1912), Herbert Hoover (1932), Gerald Ford (1976), Jimmy Carter (1980), and George H.W. Bush (1992).In 1876, 1888, and 2000, the winner of the popular vote lost the electoral vote. Grover Cleveland won the popular vote in 1888, the year he lost the election to Harrison. Al Gore won the popular vote in 2000, but lost to George W. Bush.
US presidents are never elected by popular vote. Popular vote in each state and DC elects the people called electors, who then elect the president. Most presidents have won the popular vote well as the electoral vote - only J. Q. Adams in 1824, Hayes in 1876, Ben. Harrison in 1888 and George W. Bush lost in the national popular vote total.
Yes, popular vote does not directly determine the president. In fact, on three occasions, the leader in popular vote lost the election.
Rutherford B. Hayes lost the popular vote to Samuel Tilden but won the electoral vote and became president. There was a huge controversy about the credentials of some of the electors.
This has happened four times.In 1824 Andrew Jackson won in popular vote but lost the election. He also ledin electoral vote but did not get a the required majority, so the final choice went to House where he lost to John Quincy Adams.In 1876. Samuel Tilden won in popular vote but lost the election to Rutherford Hayes.In 1888 Grover Cleveland won the popular vote but lost the election to Benjamin Harrison.In 2000 Al Gore won the popular vote but lost the election to George W. Bush.
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George W. Bush won in 2000 and lost the popular vote. He was re-elected in 2004 but when he was re-elected he won the popular votes as well as the electoral vote. (The other three Presidents who lost the popular vote, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford Hayes and Benjamin Harrison , were not re-elected .)
Yes it happened in the 2000 election, president gore won the popular vote by a slim margin, but lost to Bush because he won the electoral college.
No US president was elected unanimously by popular vote. The only president elected unanimously by the electoral college was George Washington (There was no popular vote in this election).
actually if you watched the election November 4, then you should know that Obama won the popular vote and the electoral vote with 333 votes
Four Presidents won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote. They were Andrew Jackson, Samuel J. Tilden, Grover Cleveland and Al Gore.