1992 Presidential General Election - Vote for Independent
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by State
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Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Perot
1Maine 4 679,499 2 206,820  30.44%
2Alaska 3 258,506 3 73,481  28.43%
3Utah 5 744,069 2 203,400  27.34%
4Idaho 4 482,142 3 130,395  27.04%
5Kansas 6 1,157,236 3 312,358  26.99%
6Nevada 4 506,318 3 132,580  26.19%
7Montana 3 410,611 3 107,225  26.11%
8Wyoming 3 200,625 3 51,263  25.55%
9Oregon 7 1,462,643 3 354,091  24.21%
10Minnesota 10 2,347,948 3 562,506  23.96%
11Arizona 8 1,487,006 3 353,741  23.79%
12Washington 11 2,288,230 3 541,780  23.68%
13Nebraska 5 739,283 3 174,687  23.63%
14Colorado 8 1,569,180 3 366,010  23.32%
15Rhode Island 4 453,478 3 105,045  23.16%
16North Dakota 3 308,133 3 71,084  23.07%
17Oklahoma 8 1,390,359 3 319,878  23.01%
18Massachusetts 12 2,773,574 3 632,312  22.80%
19Vermont 3 289,701 3 65,991  22.78%
20New Hampshire 4 537,945 3 121,337  22.56%
21Texas 32 6,154,018 3 1,354,781  22.01%
22South Dakota 3 336,254 3 73,295  21.80%
23Missouri 11 2,391,565 3 518,741  21.69%
24Connecticut 8 1,616,332 3 348,771  21.58%
25Wisconsin 11 2,531,114 3 544,479  21.51%
26Ohio 21 4,939,964 3 1,036,426  20.98%
27California 54 11,131,721 3 2,296,006  20.63%
28Delaware 3 289,735 3 59,213  20.44%
29Florida 25 5,314,392 3 1,053,067  19.82%
30Indiana 12 2,305,871 3 455,934  19.77%
31Michigan 18 4,274,673 3 824,813  19.30%
32Iowa 7 1,354,607 3 253,468  18.71%
33Pennsylvania 23 4,959,810 3 902,667  18.20%
34Illinois 22 5,050,157 3 840,515  16.64%
35New Mexico 5 569,986 3 91,895  16.12%
36West Virginia 5 683,711 3 108,829  15.92%
37New York 33 6,926,925 3 1,090,721  15.75%
38New Jersey 15 3,343,594 3 521,829  15.61%
39Hawaii 4 372,842 3 53,003  14.22%
40Maryland 10 1,985,046 3 281,414  14.18%
41North Carolina 14 2,611,850 3 357,864  13.70%
42Kentucky 8 1,492,900 3 203,944  13.66%
43Virginia 13 2,558,665 3 348,639  13.63%
44Georgia 13 2,321,133 3 309,657  13.34%
45Louisiana 9 1,790,017 3 211,478  11.81%
46South Carolina 8 1,202,527 3 138,872  11.55%
47Alabama 9 1,688,060 3 183,109  10.85%
48Arkansas 6 950,653 3 99,132  10.43%
49Tennessee 11 1,982,638 3 199,968  10.09%
50Mississippi 7 981,793 3 85,626  8.72%
51District of Columbia 3 227,572 3 9,681  4.25%
Total 538 104,426,611 3 19,743,821 18.91%

National Results for 1992

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