|Popular Vote||Electoral Vote|
|Benjamin Harrison||Whitelaw Reid||Republican
|Grover Cleveland||Adlai Stevenson||Democrat
|John Bidwell||James Cranfill||Prohibition
|James Weaver||James Field||People
| > 30%
| > 40%
| > 50%
| > 60%
| > 90%
|Maps||County Map (m)|
- Figures include county returns absent from Official Canvass.
- Includes corrected figures for Cleveland in Tuscola and Wayne Counties.
- Electors were selected using the congressional district method (the winner in each congressional district wins one electoral vote, the winner of the state wins two electoral votes). This resulted in a split between the Republican and Democratic electors: nine for Harrison and five for Cleveland.
|1900 Population:||2,420,982||Enum.||1900 Population Density:||16.5||persons/km2|
|1890 Population:||0||Enum.||1890 Population Density:||0.0||persons/km2|
|Total Electoral Vote:||14|
|Land Area (2000):||147,121||km2||Annual Pop Growth Rate:||0||%|
|Election Data and Statistics:|
- Source for Popular Vote data: Michigan Department of State, comp., "Presidential Vote in Michigan from 1836 to 1916," Michigan Official Directory and Legislative Manual 1917-1918 (Lansing, 1917)
- Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
|Results for and Individual County:|