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Which percentage of the popular vote did Lincoln win in the Election of 1860? A. 50% B. 90% C. 70% D. 40%
Lincoln won in the Election of 1860 with 40% of the popular vote.
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Lincoln won in the Election of 1860 with 40% of the popular vote.
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