there are more people on our side than theirs—and the votes prove it. The Democratic candidate recieved 3,000,0000 more votes than the Republican candidate in the presidential election and the 48 members of the Democratic caucus in the Senate, in their most recent respective elections , collectively earned 78.4 million votes on their way to victory. Republicans, by contrast, won just 54.8 million votes—even though there are 52 of them.
In other words, Senate Democrats have gotten more than 23.5 million more votes than Republicans. In a head-to-head election, that would amount to a crushing 59-41 margin