Yes, his popular vote loss matters to most Americans because most Americans voted for Clinton. Only a small fraction of the country actually wanted Trump to win. Most of his supporters wanted another republican before Trump won the GOP nomination. Trump will disgrace our nation and will hopefully be out of a job in four years.
Yes, i agree with this. It is actually true to say that Donald Trump's popular vote loss matters to most Americans. Having lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton, some of the citizens are questioning his win. I strongly support Elizabeth Warren when she says that the US has a mandate to resist Trump.
No, Donald Trump's popular vote does not matter to most Americans. I would imagine that there are millions of Americans that don't know what the Electoral college is, and just assume that Donald Trump won the most raw votes. Another piece of evidence to support this assertion is that even though George W. Bush lost the popular vote to Al Gore in 2000, he was still treated as a legitimate president.
The popular vote favored Hillary by a large margin, but the Trump campaign had the better strategy to win the electoral college. We need to cooperate with the Trump team to better the country and not create resistance. There may be some improvements and advantages that Trump can offer if we keep an open mind.