Without the research, it is impossible to know what variables the researchers did or did not account for, and that team’s argument has not been released for Pennsylvania.
Both the voting results and the technical peculiarities of hacking election machines cast some doubt on whether the theory that Wisconsin was hacked holds water.
Clinton’s final voting percentages were similar across the state, county for county to losing 2014 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke. No one has accused that election of being rigged or unjust.
In nine of the 13 counties Clinton won, she was within five percentage points of Burke’s performance. Trump ultimately only flipped three counties Burke won, none of which Burke won by more than 5 percentage points.