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Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Gore
1District of Columbia 3 201,894 1 171,923  85.16%
2Rhode Island 4 409,112 1 249,508  60.99%
3New York 33 6,831,178 1 4,113,791  60.22%
4Massachusetts 12 2,702,984 1 1,616,487  59.80%
5Maryland 10 2,025,480 1 1,145,782  56.57%
6New Jersey 15 3,187,226 1 1,788,850  56.13%
7Connecticut 8 1,459,525 1 816,015  55.91%
8Hawaii 4 367,951 1 205,286  55.79%
9Delaware 3 327,622 1 180,068  54.96%
10Illinois 22 4,742,123 1 2,589,026  54.60%
11California 54 10,965,856 1 5,861,203  53.45%
12Michigan 18 4,232,711 1 2,170,418  51.28%
13Vermont 3 294,308 1 149,022  50.63%
14Pennsylvania 23 4,913,119 1 2,485,967  50.60%
15Washington 11 2,488,745 1 1,247,652  50.13%
16Maine 4 651,817 1 319,951  49.09%
17Florida 25 5,963,110 2 2,912,253  48.84%
18Iowa 7 1,315,563 1 638,517  48.54%
19New Mexico 5 598,605 1 286,783  47.91%
20Minnesota 10 2,438,685 1 1,168,266  47.91%
21Wisconsin 11 2,598,607 1 1,242,987  47.83%
22Tennessee 11 2,076,181 2 981,720  47.28%
23Missouri 11 2,359,892 2 1,111,138  47.08%
24Oregon 7 1,533,968 1 720,342  46.96%
25New Hampshire 4 569,081 2 266,348  46.80%
26Ohio 21 4,705,457 2 2,186,190  46.46%
27Nevada 4 608,970 2 279,978  45.98%
28Arkansas 6 921,781 2 422,768  45.86%
29West Virginia 5 648,124 2 295,497  45.59%
30Louisiana 9 1,765,656 2 792,344  44.88%
31Arizona 8 1,534,113 2 685,341  44.67%
32Virginia 13 2,739,447 2 1,217,290  44.44%
33North Carolina 14 2,911,262 2 1,257,692  43.20%
34Georgia 13 2,596,804 2 1,116,230  42.98%
35Colorado 8 1,741,365 2 738,227  42.39%
36Alabama 9 1,672,551 2 695,602  41.59%
37Kentucky 8 1,544,187 2 638,898  41.37%
38Indiana 12 2,199,302 2 901,980  41.01%
39South Carolina 8 1,383,777 2 566,039  40.91%
40Mississippi 7 994,926 2 404,964  40.70%
41Oklahoma 8 1,234,229 2 474,276  38.43%
42Texas 32 6,407,637 2 2,433,746  37.98%
43South Dakota 3 316,269 2 118,804  37.56%
44Kansas 6 1,072,216 2 399,276  37.24%
45Montana 3 410,997 2 137,126  33.36%
46Nebraska 5 697,019 2 231,780  33.25%
47North Dakota 3 288,267 2 95,284  33.05%
48Wyoming 3 218,351 2 60,481  27.70%
49Alaska 3 285,560 2 79,004  27.67%
50Idaho 4 501,621 2 138,637  27.64%
51Utah 5 770,754 2 203,053  26.34%
Total 538 105,425,985 1 51,009,810 48.38%

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