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Truman wasn't necessarily an underdog in the popular vote (although he was no favorite either). In the end, he won the popular vote 49.6% versus 45.1% for Dewey, with only a last minute shift creating this margin. But the electoral college math was against Truman. He won in spite of this. Almost 4% of the popular vote went to two Democratic splinter ...


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