Funny because I think the total opposite. The way I see it, a significant amount of Clinton voters either stayed home or voted 3rd party because they couldn't bring themselves to care about Clinton and thought she'd win anyway. Even if they hated Trump, they thought the election was already decided, and it wasn't worth going to vote for someone they didn't believe in. And this is why the polls were supposedly "wrong", but actually probably more accurate of how people felt. Clinton had the email scandal in full swing right before the election too, but I think it was more than that. I fully believe that if there was some sort of runoff election a day after election day 2016, after people realized Trump actually won, Clinton would've won out easily. I think taking Trump on the popular vote is wasted money, too. Anti-Trump fervor hasn't slowed down, and will likely energize voters even more in big blue states even if it's a safe state. If Trump wins re-election, it's once again going to be on edging out a few swing states.