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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank
1New Mexico 558,550 1 394,365  70.61%
2Massachusetts 2,165,490 1 1,500,738  69.30%
3North Dakota 218,152 1 150,146  68.83%
4Wisconsin 2,138,297 1 1,439,214  67.31%
5New York 4,490,053 1 3,008,428  67.00%
6Delaware 254,603 1 170,567  66.99%
7West Virginia 459,884 1 296,276  64.42%
8Nebraska 592,316 1 378,388  63.88%
9Hawaii 342,842 1 210,330  61.35%
10Florida 4,793,534 1 2,890,548  60.30%
11California 8,541,476 1 5,076,289  59.43%
12Pennsylvania 4,081,043 1 2,392,984  58.64%
13Minnesota 2,202,772 1 1,278,849  58.06%
14Michigan 3,780,142 1 2,151,278  56.91%
15Washington 2,085,179 1 1,184,659  56.81%
16Ohio 4,019,236 1 2,257,369  56.16%
17Maryland 1,781,139 1 965,477  54.21%
18New Jersey 2,250,070 1 1,200,843  53.37%
19Rhode Island 386,365 1 206,110  53.35%
20Virginia 2,370,445 1 1,175,606  49.59%
21Missouri 2,128,459 1 1,055,255  49.58%
22Montana 406,505 1 199,845  49.16%
23Tennessee 1,833,695 2 879,976  47.99%
24Arizona 1,526,782 2 664,141  43.50%
25Nevada 582,572 2 238,796  40.99%
26Connecticut 1,134,780 2 450,844  39.73%
27Texas 4,314,663 2 1,555,202  36.04%
28Mississippi 610,921 2 213,000  34.87%
29Utah 571,252 2 177,459  31.06%
30Wyoming 193,136 2 57,671  29.86%
31Maine 543,991 2 111,984  20.59%
32Vermont 262,419 0 0  0.00%
33Indiana 1,341,111 0 0  0.00%
Total 62,961,874 1 33,932,637 53.89%

National Results for 2006

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