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1996 Senatorial General Election - Vote for
1996 Senatorial General Election - Vote for
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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank
1West Virginia 595,614 1 456,526  76.65%
2Rhode Island 363,371 1 230,676  63.48%
3Delaware 275,591 1 165,465  60.04%
4Michigan 3,762,575 1 2,195,738  58.36%
5Illinois 4,250,722 1 2,384,028  56.09%
6New Jersey 2,884,106 1 1,519,328  52.68%
7Massachusetts 2,555,886 1 1,334,345  52.21%
8Iowa 1,224,054 1 634,166  51.81%
9South Dakota 324,487 1 166,533  51.32%
10Minnesota 2,183,062 1 1,098,493  50.32%
11Louisiana 1,700,102 1 852,945  50.17%
12Montana 407,490 1 201,935  49.56%
13Georgia 2,259,224 1 1,103,993  48.87%
14Virginia 2,354,711 2 1,115,981  47.39%
15Arkansas 846,183 2 400,241  47.30%
16New Hampshire 491,966 2 227,397  46.22%
17Colorado 1,469,611 2 677,600  46.11%
18North Carolina 2,556,456 2 1,173,875  45.92%
19Oregon 1,360,230 2 624,370  45.90%
20Alabama 1,499,393 2 681,651  45.46%
21South Carolina 1,162,125 2 511,226  43.99%
22Texas 5,527,441 2 2,428,776  43.94%
23Maine 606,777 2 266,226  43.88%
24Kansas 1,064,716 2 461,344  43.33%
25Kentucky 1,307,046 2 560,012  42.85%
26Wyoming 211,077 2 89,103  42.21%
27Nebraska 676,789 2 281,904  41.65%
28Oklahoma 1,183,150 2 474,162  40.08%
29Idaho 497,233 2 198,422  39.91%
30Tennessee 1,778,664 2 654,937  36.82%
31Kansas 1,052,300 2 362,380  34.44%
32New Mexico 551,821 2 164,356  29.78%
33Mississippi 878,662 2 240,647  27.39%
34Alaska 231,916 3 23,977  10.34%
Total 49,029,835 2 23,501,414 47.93%

National Results for 1996

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