Nice review of technology owners and how they voted. Jack Miller:
The election’s result was close in three states and a few hundred thousand votes could have tipped the election from Trump to Hillary. Those three states in question are Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Trump won all three but by the narrowest of margins, and mostly thanks to Windows, Android, and, yes, iPhone users.
iPhone? What about the Mac?
Mac users, according to SurveyMonkey’s results, overwhelmingly voted for Hillary. That didn’t help much because the Mac barely enjoys double-digit marketshare, so Hillary could blame the election loss on Apple for not going for Mac marketshare vs. profitshare.
That explains that.
Put another way, we could say that iPhone and Android users caused the election results. In the U.S., Android smartphone users number slightly more than iPhone users, and the map makes it clear that iPhone is in greater use among voters in Pennsylvania and Michigan (which went to Trump) while Android users tipped the scales to Trump in Wisconsin, and combined, those differences gave the victory to Trump and the loss to Hillary.
The election in a nutshell.