Losing to Win: The 1996 Elections and American Politics

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Appendix 1
Presidential Vote by State, 1996
State
Clinton (D)
%
Dole (R)
%
Perol (I)
%
Electoral Votes
Alabama 664,503
43
782,029
51
92,010
6
9
Alaska 66,508
33
101,234
51
21,536
11
3
Arizona 612,412
47
376,126
44
104,712
8
8
Arkansas 469, 164
54
322,349
37
66,997
8
6
California 4,639,935
51
3,412,563
38
667,702
7
54
Colorado 670,854
44
691,291
46
99,509
7
8
Connecticut 712,603
52
481,047
35
137,784
10
8
Delaware 140,209
52
98,906
37
28,693
11
3
District of Col. 152,031
85
16,637
9
3,479
2
3
Florida 2,533,502
48
2,226,117
42
482,237
9
25
Georgia 1,047,214
46
1,078,972
47
146,031
6
13
Hawaii 205,012
57
113,943
32
27,358
8
4
Idaho 165,545
34
256,406
52
62,506
13
4
Illinois 2, 299,476
54
1,577,930
37
344,311
8
22
Indiana 874,668
42
995,082
47
218,739
10
12
Iowa 610,732
50
490,949
40
104,462
9
7
Kansas 304,399
36
578,572
54
92,093
9
6
Kentucky 635,804
46
622.339
45
118,768
9
8
Louisiana 928,983
52
710, 240
40
122,981
7
9
Maine 311,092
52
185,133
31
85,290
14
4
Maryland 924,284
54
651,682
38
113,684
7
10
Massachusetts 1,567,223
62
717,622
28
225,594
9
12
Michigan 1,941,126
52
1,440,977
38
326,751
9
18
Minnesota 1,096,355
51
751,971
35
252,986
12
10
Mississippi 385,005
44
434,547
49
51,500
6
7
Missouri 1,024,817
48
889,689
41
217,103
10
11
Montana 167,169
41
178,957
44
55,017
14
3
Nebraska 231,906
35
355,665
53
76,103
11
5
Nevada 203,388
44
198,775
43
43,855
9
4
New Hampshire 245,260
50
196, 740
40
48,140
10
4
New Jersey 1,599,932
53
1,080,041
36
257,979
9
13
New Mexico 252,215
49
210,791
41
30,978
6
5
New York 3,513,191
59
1,861,198
31
485,547
8
33
North Carolina 1,099,132
44
1,214,399
49
165,301
7
14
North Dakota 106,405
40
124,597
47
32,594
12
3
Ohio 2,100,690
47
1,823,859
41
470,680
11
21
Oklahoma 488,102
40
582,310
48
130,788
11
8
Oregon 326,099
47
256,105
37
73,265
11
7
Pennsylvania 2,206,241
49
1,793,568
40
430,082
10
23
Rhode Island 220,592
60
98,325
27
39,965
11
4
South Carolina 495,878
44
564,856
50
63,324
6
8
South Dakota 139,295
43
150,508
46
31,248
10
3
Tennessee 905,599
48
860,809
46
105,577
6
11
Texas 2,455,735
44
2,731,998
49
377,530
7
32
Utah 220,197
33
359,394
54
66,100
10
5
Vermont 138,400
54
80,043
31
30,912
12
3
Virginia 1,070,990
45
1,119,974
47
158,707
7
13
Washington 899,645
51
639,743
36
161,642
9
11
West Virginia 324,394
51
231,908
37
70,853
11
5
Wisconsin 1,071,859
49
845,172
39
227,426
10
11
Wyoming 77,897
37
105,347
50
25,854
12
3
TOTALS 45,628,667
49
37,869,435
41
7,874,283
8
538

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