Trump, who won 1543 delegates in the primary season, received 1725 votes from the floor as states like Michigan upped their ante from the 25 bound delegates for Trump to 51. Trump increased his support by almost 12%.
Similarly Pennsylvania which had 17 votes bound for Trump and 64 total committed cast 70 for him.
Both states passed on their votes in the roll call in order to allow the New York delegation to put their favored son over the top for the nomination, showing that Michigan and Pennsylvania have New York values, too.
Ted Cruz, who won 559 delegates in the primaries and caucuses, received 475 votes from the floor, 15% fewer than he had won.
Marco Rubio, who had won 165, received 114, 31% fewer.
John Kasich, who had won 161, received 120, 25% fewer.
Ben Carson received 7, Jeb Bush 3 (previously had 4) and Rand Paul 2 (previously had 1).
It appears that 26 votes of the 2472 total delegates were not cast at all (no shows? neverTrumpers? never allocated?). No votes were cast for Fiorina or Huckabee on the floor, each of whom had won one in the primaries.