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by State
Pary Map

Place State Elec Vote Total Votes Rank McCain
1Oklahoma 7 1,462,661 1 960,165  65.65%
2Wyoming 3 254,658 1 164,958  64.78%
3Utah 5 958,996 1 596,030  62.15%
4Idaho 4 658,454 1 403,012  61.21%
5Alabama 9 2,099,819 1 1,266,546  60.32%
6Alaska 3 326,197 1 193,841  59.42%
7Arkansas 6 1,086,617 1 638,017  58.72%
8Louisiana 9 1,960,761 1 1,148,275  58.56%
9Kentucky 8 1,827,587 1 1,048,462  57.37%
10Tennessee 11 2,601,982 1 1,479,178  56.85%
11Nebraska 5 801,281 1 452,979  56.53%
12Kansas 6 1,238,873 1 699,655  56.48%
13Mississippi 6 1,289,939 1 724,597  56.17%
14West Virginia 5 715,123 1 397,466  55.58%
15Texas 34 8,087,791 1 4,479,328  55.38%
16South Carolina 8 1,920,969 1 1,034,896  53.87%
17Arizona 10 2,303,838 1 1,230,111  53.39%
18South Dakota 3 381,975 1 203,054  53.16%
19North Dakota 3 317,738 1 168,887  53.15%
20Georgia 15 3,932,158 1 2,048,759  52.10%
21Montana 3 492,750 1 243,882  49.49%
22North Carolina 15 4,310,789 2 2,128,474  49.38%
23Missouri 11 2,929,111 1 1,445,814  49.36%
24Indiana 11 2,756,658 2 1,345,648  48.81%
25Florida 27 8,412,248 2 4,046,219  48.10%
26Ohio 20 5,721,831 2 2,677,820  46.80%
27Virginia 13 3,723,260 2 1,725,005  46.33%
28Colorado 9 2,401,462 2 1,073,629  44.71%
29New Hampshire 4 710,970 2 316,534  44.52%
30Iowa 7 1,537,123 2 682,379  44.39%
31Pennsylvania 21 6,015,476 2 2,655,885  44.15%
32Minnesota 10 2,910,369 2 1,275,409  43.82%
33Nevada 5 967,848 2 412,827  42.65%
34Wisconsin 10 2,983,417 2 1,262,393  42.31%
35New Mexico 5 830,158 2 346,832  41.78%
36New Jersey 15 3,877,407 2 1,613,207  41.61%
37Michigan 17 5,010,606 2 2,048,639  40.89%
38Oregon 7 1,827,864 2 738,475  40.40%
39Maine 4 731,163 2 295,273  40.38%
40Washington 11 3,053,261 2 1,229,216  40.26%
41Connecticut 7 1,646,793 2 629,428  38.22%
42Delaware 3 412,616 2 152,374  36.93%
43California 55 13,583,083 2 5,011,781  36.90%
44Illinois 21 5,530,179 2 2,031,179  36.73%
45Maryland 10 2,631,596 2 959,862  36.47%
46New York 31 7,640,948 2 2,752,771  36.03%
47Massachusetts 12 3,081,069 2 1,108,854  35.99%
48Rhode Island 4 471,766 2 165,391  35.06%
49Vermont 3 325,046 2 98,974  30.45%
50Hawaii 4 453,568 2 120,566  26.58%
51District of Columbia 3 265,853 2 17,367  6.53%
Total 538 131,473,705 2 59,950,323 45.60%

National Results for 2008

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