1988 Presidential General Election - Vote for Democratic
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by State
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Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Dukakis
1District of Columbia 3 192,877 1 159,407  82.65%
2Rhode Island 4 404,620 1 225,123  55.64%
3Iowa 8 1,225,614 1 670,557  54.71%
4Hawaii 4 354,461 1 192,364  54.27%
5Massachusetts 13 2,632,805 1 1,401,406  53.23%
6Minnesota 10 2,096,790 1 1,109,471  52.91%
7West Virginia 6 653,311 1 341,016  52.20%
8New York 36 6,485,683 1 3,347,882  51.62%
9Wisconsin 11 2,191,608 1 1,126,794  51.41%
10Oregon 7 1,201,694 1 616,206  51.28%
11Washington 10 1,865,253 1 933,516  50.05%
12Illinois 24 4,559,120 2 2,215,940  48.60%
13Pennsylvania 25 4,536,251 2 2,194,944  48.39%
14Maryland 10 1,714,358 2 826,304  48.20%
15Missouri 11 2,093,228 2 1,001,619  47.85%
16Vermont 3 243,333 2 115,775  47.58%
17California 47 9,887,064 2 4,702,233  47.56%
18New Mexico 5 521,287 2 244,497  46.90%
19Connecticut 8 1,443,394 2 676,584  46.87%
20South Dakota 3 312,991 2 145,560  46.51%
21Montana 4 365,674 2 168,936  46.20%
22Michigan 20 3,669,163 2 1,675,783  45.67%
23Colorado 8 1,372,394 2 621,453  45.28%
24Ohio 23 4,393,699 2 1,939,629  44.15%
25Louisiana 10 1,628,202 2 717,460  44.06%
26Kentucky 9 1,322,517 2 580,368  43.88%
27Maine 4 555,035 2 243,569  43.88%
28Delaware 3 249,891 2 108,647  43.48%
29Texas 29 5,427,410 2 2,352,748  43.35%
30North Dakota 3 297,261 2 127,739  42.97%
31New Jersey 16 3,099,553 2 1,320,352  42.60%
32Kansas 7 993,044 2 422,636  42.56%
33Arkansas 6 827,738 2 349,237  42.19%
34North Carolina 13 2,134,370 2 890,167  41.71%
35Tennessee 11 1,636,250 2 679,794  41.55%
36Oklahoma 8 1,171,036 2 483,423  41.28%
37Alabama 9 1,378,476 2 549,506  39.86%
38Indiana 12 2,168,621 2 860,643  39.69%
39Georgia 12 1,809,672 2 714,792  39.50%
40Virginia 12 2,191,609 2 859,799  39.23%
41Nebraska 5 662,372 2 259,646  39.20%
42Mississippi 7 931,527 2 363,921  39.07%
43Arizona 7 1,171,873 2 454,029  38.74%
44Florida 21 4,302,313 2 1,656,701  38.51%
45Wyoming 3 176,551 2 67,113  38.01%
46Nevada 4 350,067 2 132,738  37.92%
47South Carolina 8 986,009 2 370,554  37.58%
48New Hampshire 4 450,525 2 163,696  36.33%
49Alaska 3 200,116 2 72,584  36.27%
50Idaho 4 408,968 2 147,272  36.01%
51Utah 5 647,008 2 207,343  32.05%
Total 538 91,594,686 2 41,809,476 45.65%

National Results for 1988

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