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|Popular Vote||Electoral Vote|
|Grover Cleveland||Adlai Stevenson||Democratic
|Benjamin Harrison||Whitelaw Reid||Republican
|James Weaver||James Field||Populist
|John Bidwell||James Cranfill||Prohibition
|Other (+)|| - || -
| ||Map Key
| > 40%
| > 50%
| > 60%
| > 70%
| > 80%
|Data and Statistics:
|Election Tools for 1892|
|Results for an Individual State:|
- Electors from the state of Michigan were selected using the congressional district method (the winner in each congressional district wins one electoral vote, the winner of the state wins two electoral votes). This resulted in a split between the Republican and Democratic electors: nine for Harrison and five for Cleveland.
- In Oregon, the direct election of Presidential Electors combined with the fact that one Weaver elector was endorsed by the Democratic Party and elected as a Fusionist, resulted in a split between the Republican and Populist electors: three for Harrison and one for Weaver.
- In California, the direct election of Presidential Electors combined with the close race resulted in a split between the Republican and Democratic electors: eight for Cleveland and one for Harrison.
- In Ohio, the direct election of Presidential Electors combined with the close race resulted in a split between the Republican and Democratic of electors: 22 for Harrison and one for Cleveland.
- In North Dakota, two electors from the Democratic-Populist Fusion ticket won and one Republican Elector won. This created a split delegation of electors: one for Weaver, one for Harrison, and one for Cleveland.
- Electoral Vote Map Note: there is no implied geographical significance as to the location of the shaded areas for states with split electoral votes.
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