1948 Presidential General Election Results - New York
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Vice Presidential
Popular VoteElectoral Vote
Thomas DeweyEarl WarrenRepublican 2,841,163 45.98%47
Harry TrumanAlben BarkleyDemocrat 2,780,204 45.00%0
Henry WallaceGlen TaylorAmerican Labor 509,559 8.25%0
Norman ThomasTucker SmithSocialist 40,879 0.66%0
YOther (+) - - 6,697 0.11%0
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Election Notes:
  • Truman vote is the fusion of Democrat and Liberal parties.
Demographic Data

1950 Population:14,830,192Enum.1950 Population Density:121.3persons/km2
1940 Population:13,479,142Enum.1940 Population Density:110.2persons/km2
Total Electoral Vote:47
Land Area (2000):122,283km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:1.0%

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Data Sources:
  • Source for Popular Vote data: New York, "Vote, New York State, By Counties, November 2, 1948 For Highest Elector for President and Vice President," The New York Red Book 1949 (Albany, 1949)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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