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by State
Pary Map

Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Bush
1Mississippi 7 981,793 1 487,793  49.68%
2South Carolina 8 1,202,527 1 577,507  48.02%
3Alabama 9 1,688,060 1 804,283  47.65%
4Nebraska 5 739,283 1 344,346  46.58%
5Virginia 13 2,558,665 1 1,150,517  44.97%
6North Dakota 3 308,133 1 136,244  44.22%
7North Carolina 14 2,611,850 1 1,134,661  43.44%
8Utah 5 744,069 1 322,632  43.36%
9Indiana 12 2,305,871 1 989,375  42.91%
10Georgia 13 2,321,133 2 995,252  42.88%
11Oklahoma 8 1,390,359 1 592,929  42.65%
12Tennessee 11 1,982,638 2 841,300  42.43%
13Idaho 4 482,142 1 202,645  42.03%
14Kentucky 8 1,492,900 2 617,178  41.34%
15Louisiana 9 1,790,017 2 733,386  40.97%
16Florida 25 5,314,392 1 2,173,310  40.89%
17South Dakota 3 336,254 1 136,718  40.66%
18New Jersey 15 3,343,594 2 1,356,865  40.58%
19Texas 32 6,154,018 1 2,496,071  40.56%
20Wyoming 3 200,625 1 79,347  39.55%
21Alaska 3 258,506 1 102,000  39.46%
22Kansas 6 1,157,236 1 449,951  38.88%
23Arizona 8 1,487,006 1 572,086  38.47%
24Ohio 21 4,939,964 2 1,894,310  38.35%
25New Hampshire 4 537,945 2 202,484  37.64%
26New Mexico 5 569,986 2 212,824  37.34%
27Iowa 7 1,354,607 2 504,891  37.27%
28Wisconsin 11 2,531,114 2 930,855  36.78%
29Hawaii 4 372,842 2 136,822  36.70%
30Michigan 18 4,274,673 2 1,554,940  36.38%
31Pennsylvania 23 4,959,810 2 1,791,841  36.13%
32Colorado 8 1,569,180 2 562,850  35.87%
33Connecticut 8 1,616,332 2 578,313  35.78%
34Maryland 10 1,985,046 2 707,094  35.62%
35Arkansas 6 950,653 2 337,324  35.48%
36West Virginia 5 683,711 2 241,974  35.39%
37Delaware 3 289,735 2 102,313  35.31%
38Montana 3 410,611 2 144,207  35.12%
39Nevada 4 506,318 2 175,828  34.73%
40Illinois 22 5,050,157 2 1,734,096  34.34%
41Missouri 11 2,391,565 2 811,159  33.92%
42New York 33 6,926,925 2 2,346,649  33.88%
43California 54 11,131,721 2 3,630,574  32.61%
44Oregon 7 1,462,643 2 475,757  32.53%
45Washington 11 2,288,230 2 731,234  31.96%
46Minnesota 10 2,347,948 2 747,841  31.85%
47Vermont 3 289,701 2 88,122  30.42%
48Maine 4 679,499 3 206,504  30.39%
49Massachusetts 12 2,773,574 2 805,049  29.03%
50Rhode Island 4 453,478 2 131,601  29.02%
51District of Columbia 3 227,572 2 20,698  9.10%
Total 538 104,426,611 2 39,104,550 37.45%

National Results for 1992

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