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Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank Obama
1District of Columbia 3 265,853 1 245,800  92.46%
2Hawaii 4 453,568 1 325,871  71.85%
3Vermont 3 325,046 1 219,262  67.46%
4New York 31 7,640,948 1 4,804,945  62.88%
5Rhode Island 4 471,766 1 296,571  62.86%
6Maryland 10 2,631,596 1 1,629,467  61.92%
7Delaware 3 412,616 1 255,459  61.91%
8Illinois 21 5,530,179 1 3,419,348  61.83%
9Massachusetts 12 3,081,069 1 1,904,098  61.80%
10California 55 13,583,083 1 8,274,473  60.92%
11Connecticut 7 1,646,793 1 997,773  60.59%
12Maine 4 731,163 1 421,923  57.71%
13Washington 11 3,053,261 1 1,750,848  57.34%
14Michigan 17 5,010,606 1 2,872,579  57.33%
15New Jersey 15 3,877,407 1 2,215,422  57.14%
16New Mexico 5 830,158 1 472,422  56.91%
17Oregon 7 1,827,864 1 1,037,291  56.75%
18Wisconsin 10 2,983,417 1 1,677,211  56.22%
19Nevada 5 967,848 1 533,736  55.15%
20Pennsylvania 21 6,015,476 1 3,276,363  54.47%
21New Hampshire 4 710,970 1 384,826  54.13%
22Minnesota 10 2,910,369 1 1,573,354  54.06%
23Iowa 7 1,537,123 1 828,940  53.93%
24Colorado 9 2,401,462 1 1,288,633  53.66%
25Virginia 13 3,723,260 1 1,959,532  52.63%
26Ohio 20 5,721,831 1 2,940,044  51.38%
27Florida 27 8,412,248 1 4,282,367  50.91%
28Indiana 11 2,756,658 1 1,374,039  49.84%
29North Carolina 15 4,310,789 1 2,142,651  49.70%
30Missouri 11 2,929,111 2 1,441,911  49.23%
31Montana 3 492,750 2 232,159  47.11%
32Georgia 15 3,932,158 2 1,844,123  46.90%
33Arizona 10 2,303,838 2 1,034,707  44.91%
34South Carolina 8 1,920,969 2 862,449  44.90%
35South Dakota 3 381,975 2 170,924  44.75%
36North Dakota 3 317,738 2 141,403  44.50%
37Texas 34 8,087,791 2 3,528,633  43.63%
38Mississippi 6 1,289,939 2 554,662  43.00%
39West Virginia 5 715,123 2 303,857  42.49%
40Tennessee 11 2,601,982 2 1,087,437  41.79%
41Nebraska 5 801,281 2 333,319  41.60%
42Kansas 6 1,238,873 2 514,765  41.55%
43Kentucky 8 1,827,587 2 751,985  41.15%
44Louisiana 9 1,960,761 2 782,989  39.93%
45Arkansas 6 1,086,617 2 422,310  38.86%
46Alabama 9 2,099,819 2 813,479  38.74%
47Alaska 3 326,197 2 123,594  37.89%
48Idaho 4 658,454 2 236,440  35.91%
49Oklahoma 7 1,462,661 2 502,496  34.35%
50Utah 5 958,996 2 327,670  34.17%
51Wyoming 3 254,658 2 82,868  32.54%
Total 538 131,473,705 1 69,499,428 52.86%

National Results for 2008

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