1948 Presidential General Election - Vote for Progressive
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by State
Pary Map

Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Wallace
1New York 47 6,178,502 3 509,559  8.25%
2California 25 4,021,538 3 190,381  4.73%
3North Dakota 4 220,716 3 8,391  3.80%
4Washington 8 905,059 3 31,692  3.50%
5Montana 4 224,278 3 7,313  3.26%
6Oregon 6 524,080 3 14,978  2.86%
7Nevada 3 62,117 3 1,469  2.36%
8Idaho 4 214,816 3 4,972  2.31%
9Minnesota 11 1,212,226 3 27,866  2.30%
10Michigan 19 2,109,609 3 46,515  2.20%
11New Jersey 16 1,949,555 3 42,683  2.19%
12Florida 8 577,643 4 11,620  2.01%
13Wisconsin 12 1,276,800 3 25,282  1.98%
14Arizona 4 177,065 3 3,310  1.87%
15Massachusetts 16 2,107,146 3 38,157  1.81%
16Maryland 8 596,735 3 9,983  1.67%
17Connecticut 8 883,518 3 13,713  1.55%
18Pennsylvania 35 3,735,148 3 55,161  1.48%
19Ohio 25 2,936,071 3 37,596  1.28%
20Colorado 6 515,237 3 6,115  1.19%
21Iowa 10 1,038,272 3 12,125  1.17%
22South Dakota 4 250,105 3 2,801  1.12%
23Vermont 3 123,382 3 1,279  1.04%
24Utah 4 276,305 3 2,679  0.97%
25Wyoming 3 101,425 3 931  0.92%
26New Hampshire 4 231,440 3 1,970  0.85%
27Rhode Island 4 327,702 3 2,619  0.80%
28Delaware 3 139,073 3 1,050  0.75%
29Louisiana 10 416,336 4 3,035  0.73%
30Maine 5 264,789 3 1,884  0.71%
31Alabama 11 214,980 3 1,522  0.71%
32Kansas 8 788,819 4 4,603  0.58%
33Indiana 13 1,656,214 4 9,649  0.58%
34New Mexico 4 187,063 3 1,037  0.55%
35North Carolina 14 791,209 4 3,915  0.49%
36Virginia 11 419,256 4 2,047  0.49%
37West Virginia 8 748,750 3 3,311  0.44%
38Georgia 12 418,764 4 1,636  0.39%
39Tennessee 12 550,283 4 1,864  0.34%
40Texas 23 1,249,577 4 3,920  0.31%
41Arkansas 9 242,475 5 751  0.31%
42Missouri 15 1,578,628 3 3,998  0.25%
43Kentucky 11 822,658 4 1,567  0.19%
44Mississippi 9 192,190 4 225  0.12%
45South Carolina 8 142,571 4 154  0.11%
46Illinois 28 3,984,046 0 0  0.00%
47Nebraska 6 488,940 0 0  0.00%
48Oklahoma 10 721,599 0 0  0.00%
Total 531 48,794,710 4 1,157,328 2.37%

National Results for 1948

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