He is the most voted in the states. It's a federation of states so the small ones still have a say, also you don't count that California has millions of voters who don't vote because democrats always win. It's an election system, you may prefer a pure proportional system however the small states wouldn't count anything. The UK MPs are also elected with a first past the post system and in theory a party with less votes could win the elections. They are just the rules of the game
With democracy you have a say, then the rules can be different. If the US is a federation of states in which even a small state must count they have to make these rules. The rules are already known so your point is not correct because Trump lost votes in California as there was no motivation to vote him there. With a pure proportional system he would still have won
Why shouldnt they if they feel so strongly about it? Once the republican party kicks out the monarchy people can then vote for whom they like.
Not that its going to happy anytime soon as the UK can see all the bollocks going on in various republics.
A question.........Who do you think runs this country ?
I will also give you an insight into the American voting system, 242 years ago the Decleration of Independence was signed. The signatories didn't think the newly independent Americans, knew a lot about voting for the 'right' party, and so to 'guide' them, the American Electoral System was born.
Half the World said that Trump shouldn't have got in, Clinton got more of the 'popular vote' but lost, but nobody thinks about changing a deeply flawed 242 year old system, why, how democratic is that ?
Probably, we’ll find out won’t we? - In the unlikely event that the majority want change, it’ll happen.
Fact is that most people realise that the Royals are a good thing, sorry you’re not one of them but if you carry on spreading the republican message- as you have here- we should have a president in about eleventy million years time.