US presidents who did not win the popular vote

Name these united states presidents who did not win the popular vote by the percent of popular vote that they did win.
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President
30.92
John Quincy Adams
47.92
Rutherford B. Hayes
47.80
Benjamin Harrison
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President
47.87
George W. Bush
46.09
Donald Trump
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Feb 24, 2019
Fact: John Quincy Adams was the only one who didn’t actually have the most votes. He was chosen by the House of Representatives, as neither him or Jackson gained a majority.
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Feb 24, 2019
you must mean electoral votes. The election of the US president is done through the electoral college, and yes, the election of 1824 resulted in no individual candidate receiving a majority of the electoral votes. The constitution requires congress to choose a president out of all the candidates who received any electoral vote(s), and the US congress in 1825 chose John Quincy Adams.