The researchers concluded that Republicans will have a major advantage over Democrats in 2020 and beyond unless a policy change completely dissolves the Electoral College.
On Saturday, the 'All In' host tweeted, "It is *deeply* revealing that the entire conservative movement gets #triggered if you say the simple truth about the electoral college."
"The electoral college is a disaster for democracy," Trump tweeted on November 6, 2012.
Trump won the 2016 election despite ceding the popular vote to Clinton by a margin of nearly three million.
In 2016, Trump lost to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote by 2.8 million ballots, becoming the sixth Republican candidate to lose the popular vote since 1988.
Sisolak, a Democrat who was elected to office in November, rejected AB186, which would have joined a pact of several states looking to disregard the Electoral College in the next presidential election.
Former Republican House Speaker and Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich claimed Democrats would absolutely try to "steal the election" and have illegal immigrants vote should the U.S. dismantle the Electoral College.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
The problem is deeper than the Electoral College versus the popular vote. The problem is about majorities versus minorities, and neither side of the current debate is offering solutions.
Crowd size, the popular vote and voter fraud continue to get under Trump's thin skin.
Such a change would not have kept Trump out of the White House.
A member of Congress needs at least one U.S. senator to back the objection and suspend the joint session.
In 1836, Virginia's delegation refused to confirm the vice president-elect because he lived with a black woman.
Former presidential candidate says she's concerned about the integrity of the vote in the swing state.
The Electoral College is an anachronism that should be left in the 18th century, a professor writes.
Although the Electoral College is in the Constitution, legislatures have the freedom to decide how to award their electors.
Democratic nominee has a 95 percent chance of winning the presidency if the election was held this week, according to the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project.