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« on: Today at 02:34:28 am »
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1. 1984
2.1936
3. 1972
4.1964
5.1928
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« Reply #1 on: Today at 02:39:55 am »
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1936 was, objectively, a larger landslide than 1984.
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« Reply #2 on: Today at 03:45:29 am »
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By popular vote margin:

1. 1920 (26.2%)
2. 1924 (25.2%)
3. 1936 (24.3%)
4. 1972 (23.2%)
5. 1964 (22.6%)
6. 1904 (18.8%)
7. 1984 (18.2%)
8. 1932 (18.0%)
9. 1928 (17.4%)
10. 1956 (15.4%)

But the highest % of the vote goes to Johnson's 1964 election (61.1%)
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« Reply #3 on: Today at 06:13:12 am »
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But the highest % of the vote goes to Roosevelt's 1936 election (60.8%)

Nope. Actually the all-time record goes to LBJ with 61.05%.
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But the highest % of the vote goes to Roosevelt's 1936 election (60.8%)

Nope. Actually the all-time record goes to LBJ with 61.05%.

OK, I shouldn't post at 3 AM anymore.
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