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FILE - This Oct. 2, 2012 file shows a man placing a sign letting people know where to line up for early voting at the Hamilton County Board of Elections, in Cincinnati. Tough new election laws aimed at forcing voters in many states to show photo identification at polling places have been blocked or delayed, delighting opponents who claim they were among a variety of partisan attempts to prevent minority voters from casting ballots. (AP Photo/Al Behrman, File)
WASHINGTON: In the last four presidential elections, the Republican nominee has never received less than 90 percent of the Republican vote. The Republican candidate, however, only won the popular vote one of those times, in 2004, and when he did, he carried 93 percent of Republican voters. Donald Trump has defied the odds before, but they are against his achieving this degree of party unity.