Bill Clinton's boyhood home votes overwhelmingly for Trump

Even the town with perhaps the deepest historical ties to the Clintons voted for Donald Trump in Tuesday's election.

The county that surrounds Hope, Ark. -- the birthplace and boyhood home of Bill Clinton, in the state where the Clintons made their political name -- backed Trump by an overwhelming two-to-one margin.

According to state data, a total of 62.45 percent of voters in Hempstead County went for Trump, to Hillary Clinton’s 33.72 percent.

The state of Arkansas as a whole voted along the same lines, with 60.59 percent voting for Trump and 33.65 percent voting for Clinton.

While Arkansas was considered Trump territory all along, there was a time when the Clintons had state voters' loyalty.

In 1992, Bill Clinton, the former Arkansas governor, won his first presidential race garnering 53.21 percent of the vote in Arkansas, compared with 35.48 percent for President George H.W. Bush.

Four years later, Clinton captured 53.74 percent of the statewide vote to 36.80 percent for Republican Sen. Bob Dole.

Hillary Clinton did win her home state of Illinois and New York, which is the primary residence to both Clintons, on Tuesday.