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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank
1Alaska 231,916 1 177,893  76.71%
2Mississippi 878,662 1 624,154  71.03%
3New Mexico 551,821 1 357,171  64.73%
4Kansas 1,052,300 1 652,677  62.02%
5Tennessee 1,778,664 1 1,091,554  61.37%
6Idaho 497,233 1 283,532  57.02%
7Oklahoma 1,183,150 1 670,610  56.68%
8Nebraska 676,789 1 379,933  56.14%
9Kentucky 1,307,046 1 724,794  55.45%
10Texas 5,527,441 1 3,027,680  54.78%
11Wyoming 211,077 1 114,116  54.06%
12Kansas 1,064,716 1 574,021  53.91%
13South Carolina 1,162,125 1 620,326  53.38%
14Arkansas 846,183 1 445,942  52.70%
15North Carolina 2,556,456 1 1,345,833  52.64%
16Virginia 2,354,711 1 1,235,743  52.48%
17Alabama 1,499,393 1 786,436  52.45%
18Colorado 1,469,611 1 750,325  51.06%
19Louisiana 1,700,102 2 847,157  49.83%
20Oregon 1,360,230 1 677,336  49.80%
21New Hampshire 491,966 1 242,304  49.25%
22Maine 606,777 1 298,422  49.18%
23South Dakota 324,487 2 157,954  48.68%
24Georgia 2,259,224 2 1,073,969  47.54%
25Iowa 1,224,054 2 571,807  46.71%
26Massachusetts 2,555,886 2 1,142,837  44.71%
27Montana 407,490 2 182,111  44.69%
28New Jersey 2,884,106 2 1,227,817  42.57%
29Minnesota 2,183,062 2 901,282  41.29%
30Illinois 4,250,722 2 1,728,824  40.67%
31Michigan 3,762,575 2 1,500,106  39.87%
32Delaware 275,591 2 105,088  38.13%
33Rhode Island 363,371 2 127,368  35.05%
34West Virginia 595,614 2 139,088  23.35%
Total 49,029,835 1 24,212,189 49.38%

National Results for 1996

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