Nearly a third of Republicans think Donald Trump won the popular vote
FILE – In this Nov. 8, 2016 file photo, a voter enters a booth at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. Tweets alone don’t make it true. Donald Trump won the presidency earlier this month even as he lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton, according to The Associated Press’s vote-counting operation and election experts. Trump nonetheless tweeted on Nov. 26 that he won the popular vote. and alleged there was “serious voter fraud” in California, New Hampshire and Virginia. There’s no evidence to back up those claims. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)

Most Americans know the results of the presidential election. According to a Pew Research survey, a majority of Americans can accurately identify President-elect Donald Trump as the winner of the Electoral College tally and Democratic contender Hillary Clinton as the winner of the the popular vote. Nearly a third of Republicans, however, inexplicably believe Trump won the most individual nationwide votes.

After quizzing voters on the results of…