1976 Presidential General Election - Vote for Democratic
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by State
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Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Carter
1District of Columbia 3 168,830 1 137,818  81.63%
2Georgia 12 1,467,458 1 979,409  66.74%
3Arkansas 6 769,396 1 499,614  64.94%
4West Virginia 6 750,674 1 435,914  58.07%
5South Carolina 8 802,594 1 450,825  56.17%
6Massachusetts 14 2,547,558 1 1,429,475  56.11%
7Tennessee 10 1,476,346 1 825,879  55.94%
8Alabama 9 1,182,850 1 659,170  55.73%
9Rhode Island 4 411,170 1 227,636  55.36%
10North Carolina 13 1,677,906 1 927,365  55.27%
11Minnesota 10 1,949,931 1 1,070,440  54.90%
12Maryland 10 1,432,273 1 759,612  53.04%
13Kentucky 9 1,167,142 1 615,717  52.75%
14Delaware 3 235,834 1 122,596  51.98%
15Florida 17 3,150,631 1 1,636,000  51.93%
16New York 41 6,534,420 1 3,389,558  51.87%
17Louisiana 10 1,278,439 1 661,365  51.73%
18Texas 26 4,071,884 1 2,082,319  51.14%
19Missouri 12 1,953,600 1 998,387  51.10%
20Hawaii 4 291,301 1 147,375  50.59%
21Pennsylvania 27 4,620,787 1 2,328,677  50.40%
22Mississippi 7 769,360 1 381,309  49.56%
23Wisconsin 11 2,101,336 1 1,040,232  49.50%
24Ohio 25 4,111,873 1 2,011,621  48.92%
25South Dakota 4 300,678 2 147,068  48.91%
26Oklahoma 8 1,092,251 2 532,442  48.75%
27Iowa 8 1,279,306 2 619,931  48.46%
28New Mexico 4 416,590 2 201,148  48.28%
29Illinois 26 4,718,833 2 2,271,295  48.13%
30Maine 4 483,208 2 232,279  48.07%
31Virginia 12 1,697,094 2 813,896  47.96%
32New Jersey 17 3,014,472 2 1,444,653  47.92%
33Oregon 6 1,029,876 2 490,407  47.62%
34California 45 7,867,117 2 3,742,284  47.57%
35Connecticut 8 1,381,526 2 647,895  46.90%
36Michigan 21 3,653,749 2 1,696,714  46.44%
37Washington 9 1,555,534 2 717,323  46.11%
38Nevada 3 201,876 2 92,479  45.81%
39North Dakota 3 297,094 2 136,078  45.80%
40Indiana 13 2,220,362 2 1,014,714  45.70%
41Montana 4 328,734 2 149,259  45.40%
42Kansas 7 957,845 2 430,421  44.94%
43New Hampshire 4 339,618 2 147,635  43.47%
44Vermont 3 187,855 2 81,044  43.14%
45Colorado 7 1,081,135 2 460,353  42.58%
46Wyoming 3 156,343 2 62,239  39.81%
47Arizona 6 742,719 2 295,602  39.80%
48Nebraska 5 607,668 2 233,692  38.46%
49Idaho 4 340,932 2 126,549  37.12%
50Alaska 3 123,574 2 44,058  35.65%
51Utah 4 541,198 2 182,110  33.65%
Total 538 81,540,780 1 40,831,881 50.08%

National Results for 1976

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