Allocations would be fractional, and should be accurate to 4 decimal places. For instance, a state with 11 electors would allocate 5.2756 electors for a candidate who received 47.96 percent of the state popular vote..Mathematically it would look like this: .4796 x 11 = 5.2756. These allocations would be added together in the electoral college, and the candidate with the highest total would become president.
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from the article: The flaws in America's Electoral College - and ours