In our democratically held elections a person wins by getting more votes than anybody else - even if he does not get a majority of the votes. In reality do you consider a person "winning the vote" if he he only wins by a plurality? Suppose there were 10 candidates for office - and the "winner" of the election only received 25% of the vote. Would you consider him "winning the popular vote"? Can he honestly claim he has the "will of the people"?