NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - Voters in the U.S. territory of Guam have made their choice for president: Hillary Clinton, according to Pacific Daily News. The territory's straw poll has correctly predicted the outcome of the presidential election since 1980, except for 1996 when it took place after the U.S. election.
The results -- Clinton 72 percent, Donald Trump 24 percent -- have no bearing on the actual election. Residents are U.S. citizens, but Guam does not have any electoral votes.
Residents did cast votes in local races for the legislature and other offices.