Countries have allocated a number of voters based on their population and the number of congressional districts. The more people there are in a state, the more voters are allocated. For example, California is the most populous state with approximately 38 million inhabitants. It also has the largest number of voters. 55 On the other hand, Wyoming is the least populous state with fewer than 600,000 inhabitants. Therefore, it has only three voters. Countries themselves decide how to distribute the electoral votes assigned to them. Most states award all electoral votes to presidential candidates who win the state’s popular vote. This method of awarding electoral votes is often referred to as “winners take all”. Therefore, even if a presidential candidate wins 51% of the popular vote in the state that won the pass, he will receive 100% of the vote. Forty of the 50 states in the United States and Washington, DC donated all electoral votes to the winners of the popular vote there. Only two states grant electoral votes in different ways. They are Nebraska and Maine.