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by State
Pary Map

Place State Total Votes Rank
1Wyoming 249,946 1 189,046  75.63%
2Wyoming 249,558 1 183,063  73.35%
3Tennessee 2,424,585 1 1,579,477  65.14%
4Alabama 2,060,191 1 1,305,383  63.36%
5Mississippi 1,247,026 1 766,111  61.44%
6Maine 724,430 1 444,300  61.33%
7Kansas 1,210,690 1 727,121  60.06%
8Idaho 644,777 1 371,744  57.65%
9South Carolina 1,871,431 1 1,076,534  57.52%
10Nebraska 792,511 1 455,854  57.52%
11Oklahoma 1,346,819 1 763,375  56.68%
12Mississippi 1,243,473 1 683,409  54.96%
13Texas 7,912,075 1 4,337,469  54.82%
14Kentucky 1,800,821 1 953,816  52.97%
15Georgia 3,752,485 1 1,867,097  49.76%
16Alaska 317,723 2 147,814  46.52%
17Louisiana 1,896,574 2 867,177  45.72%
18Oregon 1,767,504 2 805,159  45.55%
19New Hampshire 694,787 2 314,403  45.25%
20North Carolina 4,271,970 2 1,887,510  44.18%
21Colorado 2,331,712 2 990,784  42.49%
22Minnesota 2,887,646 2 1,212,317  41.98%
23New Jersey 3,482,445 2 1,461,025  41.95%
24New Mexico 823,650 2 318,522  38.67%
25South Dakota 380,673 2 142,784  37.51%
26Iowa 1,502,918 2 560,006  37.26%
27West Virginia 702,308 2 254,629  36.26%
28Delaware 398,134 2 140,595  35.31%
29Michigan 4,848,620 2 1,641,070  33.85%
30Virginia 3,643,294 2 1,228,830  33.73%
31Massachusetts 2,994,247 2 926,044  30.93%
32Illinois 5,329,884 2 1,520,621  28.53%
33Montana 479,366 2 129,972  27.11%
34Rhode Island 438,812 2 116,174  26.47%
35Arkansas 1,011,754 0 0  0.00%
Total 66,241,808 2 29,502,763 44.54%

National Results for 2008

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