It's just one more indication that the right is not the majority in this country, although they insist that they are. Trump got the votes of about 25% of eligible voters in this country (about the same amount who want to repeal the law). He lost the popular vote by more than 2 million votes. More voters voted for Democrats in both the House and Senate races, but because the House is gerrymandered, and because small, rural states get as many Senators as the big populous ones, the Reps have a majority in Congress. There are more registered Democrats in the country than registered Republicans, but Republicans vote more reliably. This is largely the result of all the negative advertising, which doesn't convince anyone to vote for a candidate, but does depress turnout. Couple that with all the voter suppression (voter ID, fewer voting sites in minority neighborhoods, purging eligible voters from the rolls) and this is the result.
The RW is not the majority in this country. They can only win through distraction, disinformation, and manipulation.