In the USA, registered voters are Democrat, Republican, or Independent.
In the 2016 presidential election, Trump won the traditionally Democratic Rust Belt states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by narrow margins, which effectively decided the election by just 107,000 votes.
Did he win those states because of significant differences between the turnout of registered Democrats or Republicans, or because an unexpected number of Democrats voted for him, or because an unexpected number of Independents voted for him, or some combination of those?
In other words, for those three states, are there statistics showing, for each of the three party categories: the number of registered voters, the number of actual voters (turnout), and (most importantly) how many voted against their party affiliation? Was the biggest swing because of Democrats voting for Trump, or was that insignificant compared to the number of Independents voting for Trump?