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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank Democratic
1New Mexico 484,229 1 268,674  55.48%
2Pennsylvania 3,581,989 1 1,913,235  53.41%
3Kansas 835,690 1 441,858  52.87%
4Iowa 1,025,802 1 540,449  52.69%
5Illinois 3,538,891 1 1,847,040  52.19%
6Michigan 3,177,565 1 1,633,796  51.42%
7Tennessee 1,653,167 1 837,284  50.65%
8Wyoming 185,459 1 92,662  49.96%
9Oregon 1,260,497 1 618,004  49.03%
10Alabama 1,367,053 2 669,105  48.95%
11Maryland 1,706,179 2 813,422  47.68%
12California 7,474,030 1 3,533,490  47.28%
13Maine 505,190 1 238,179  47.15%
14South Carolina 1,107,725 2 521,140  47.05%
15Hawaii 382,110 2 179,647  47.01%
16Arkansas 805,696 2 378,250  46.95%
17Georgia 2,027,145 2 937,062  46.23%
18Arizona 1,226,111 1 566,284  46.19%
19Rhode Island 332,056 2 150,229  45.24%
20Wisconsin 1,775,349 1 800,515  45.09%
21Massachusetts 2,194,179 2 985,981  44.94%
22Connecticut 1,022,998 2 448,984  43.89%
23Oklahoma 1,035,620 1 448,143  43.27%
24Florida 5,100,581 2 2,201,427  43.16%
25Vermont 230,161 2 97,565  42.39%
26South Dakota 334,559 2 140,263  41.92%
27Idaho 411,477 2 171,711  41.73%
28Alaska 231,484 2 94,216  40.70%
29Texas 4,553,979 2 1,819,843  39.96%
30Ohio 3,228,992 2 1,236,924  38.31%
31New Hampshire 442,976 2 169,277  38.21%
32Minnesota 2,252,473 2 821,268  36.46%
33Colorado 1,412,602 2 475,373  33.65%
34New York 4,579,078 2 1,534,064  33.50%
35Nebraska 480,991 2 132,348  27.52%
36Nevada 504,079 2 110,935  22.01%
Total 62,468,162 1 27,868,647 44.61%

National Results for 2002

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