1900 Presidential Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateEVTotal Vote M B %Margin Margin McKinley Bryan Other
1 KY13468,26521 1.71% 7,994 48.51% 50.21% 1.28%
2 UT393,18912 2.29% 2,133 50.58% 48.30% 1.12%
3 NE8241,43012 3.24% 7,822 50.46% 47.22% 2.31%
4 ID357,91421 3.83% 2,216 46.96% 50.79% 2.25%
5 IN15664,09412 3.99% 26,479 50.60% 46.62% 2.78%
6 MD8264,43412 5.27% 13,947 51.50% 46.23% 2.27%
7 MO17683,65621 5.53% 37,830 45.94% 51.48% 2.58%
8 KS10353,76612 6.60% 23,354 52.56% 45.96% 1.47%
9 OH231,040,07312 6.64% 69,036 52.30% 45.66% 2.05%
10 TN12273,86021 8.08% 22,132 44.95% 53.03% 2.01%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateEVTotal Vote M B %Margin Margin McKinley Bryan Other
1 SC950,81221 85.91% 43,654 7.04% 92.96% 0.00%
2 MS959,05521 77.89% 45,999 9.66% 87.56% 2.78%
3 LA867,90621 58.07% 39,434 20.96% 79.03% 0.01%
4 VT456,21212 52.87% 29,720 75.73% 22.86% 1.41%
5 FL439,64921 52.76% 20,918 18.55% 71.31% 10.14%
6 GA13121,41021 38.65% 46,920 28.22% 66.86% 4.92%
7 TX15423,70621 32.28% 136,791 30.83% 63.12% 6.05%
8 AR8127,86621 28.42% 36,342 35.04% 63.46% 1.50%
9 ME6105,69312 27.05% 28,590 61.89% 34.84% 3.27%
10 AL11159,69221 26.00% 41,517 34.82% 60.82% 4.35%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
McKinleyBryanWooley
Vermont75.73%South Carolina92.96%Florida5.66%
Maine61.89%Mississippi87.56%Oregon3.05%
Pennsylvania60.74%Louisiana79.03%North Dakota3.01%
Minnesota60.21%Florida71.31%Minnesota2.70%
Wisconsin60.06%Georgia66.86%Rhode Island2.70%
DebsBarkerMalloney
Massachusetts2.32%Texas4.95%Rhode Island2.52%
Washington1.87%Georgia3.76%California2.50%
North Dakota1.77%Florida2.88%New York0.82%
Oregon1.76%Mississippi2.78%Washington0.81%
Florida1.60%Alabama2.62%Massachusetts0.63%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
McKinleyBryanWooley
South Carolina7.04%Vermont22.86%Wyoming0.00%
Mississippi9.66%Maine34.84%South Carolina0.00%
Florida18.55%Rhode Island35.04%Nevada0.00%
Louisiana20.96%Minnesota35.69%Mississippi0.00%
Georgia28.22%Wisconsin35.97%Louisiana0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Colorado105,073New York124,918
Texas66,123Massachusetts91,396
Utah53,249Illinois46,593
Michigan48,414New Jersey30,941
California37,848Connecticut24,987


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Utah67.72%Massachusetts23.41%
Colorado57.69%New Hampshire21.87%
Idaho52.96%Georgia17.42%
Montana41.59%Rhode Island17.23%
Nevada37.92%Connecticut14.86%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
New York124,166Texas-121,080
Illinois41,028Tennessee-47,043
North Dakota36,825Georgia-41,070
Colorado31,869North Carolina-38,819
New Jersey29,839Alabama-34,888


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Idaho95.52%Louisiana-32.80%
North Dakota77.70%South Carolina-26.29%
Montana19.74%Georgia-25.28%
Utah19.29%Texas-22.23%
Wyoming17.04%Alabama-17.93%


State Ranks
Rank McKinleyBryan
12817
21728


County Ranks
Rank McKinleyBryan
1936449
2447934


Note: county data for 1900 is not yet comprehensive.

Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
McKinleyBryanWooley
Keweenaw, MI92.24%Hampton, SC99.89%Venango, PA11.42%
Addison, VT86.41%Greenwood, SC99.73%Norman, MN10.31%
Orleans, VT85.24%Saluda, SC99.45%Lawrence, PA8.82%
Iron, MI84.88%Abbeville, SC99.42%Dodge, MN7.31%
Dickinson, MI84.51%Edgefield, SC98.18%Martin, MN7.07%
DebsBarkerMalloney
Plymouth, MA11.16%Douglas, MO12.32%Providence, RI3.08%
Sheboygan, WI7.95%Cleburne, AR6.96%Onondaga, NY2.68%
Milwaukee, WI7.36%Bates, MO5.16%Whatcom, WA2.59%
Whatcom, WA5.41%Zavala, TX4.95%Yuba, CA2.50%
Monroe, IA5.04%Worth, GA3.76%Franklin, WA2.16%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
McKinleyBryan
Wood, WV0.00%Wood, WV0.00%
Wirt, WV0.00%Wirt, WV0.00%
Wetzel, WV0.00%Wetzel, WV0.00%
Webster, WV0.00%Webster, WV0.00%
Wayne, WV0.00%Wayne, WV0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
McKinleyBryanWooley
Wyandot, OH543,918Wyandot, OH474,882Wyandot, OH10,203
Woodford, KY227,132Zavala, TX267,432Warren, NJ7,183
Warren, NJ221,707Woodford, KY235,126Yuba, CA5,024
Cook, IL203,760Cook, IL186,193Wilson, TN3,844
Philadelphia, PA173,657New York, NY181,786Cook, IL3,490
DebsBarkerMalloney
Cook, IL6,752Zavala, TX20,981Yuba, CA7,554
New York, NY6,193Worth, GA4,568New York, NY4,867
Milwaukee, WI4,874Winston, AL4,188Warren, NJ2,074
Wyandot, OH4,847Woodford, KY1,961Kings, NY1,711
Warren, NJ4,609Yazoo, MS1,642Wyandot, OH1,688


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
McKinleyBryan
Wood, WV0Wood, WV0
Wirt, WV0Wirt, WV0
Wetzel, WV0Wetzel, WV0
Webster, WV0Webster, WV0
Wayne, WV0Wayne, WV0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Yuma, CO134,658Cook, IL52,110
Wyandot, OH70,103New York, NY49,520
Zavala, TX66,123Worcester, MD33,267
York, SC48,327Warren, NJ30,941
Yuba, CA39,557Kings, NY29,508
Winston, AL33,108Suffolk, MA28,472
Yellowstone, MT20,217Hamilton, OH19,584
Salt Lake, UT16,696Middlesex, MA17,528
Washington, ID16,666York, ME17,226
Winn, LA15,704St. Louis, MO14,951


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
San Juan, UT96.63%Hampton, SC99.79%
Piute, UT96.60%Greenwood, SC99.46%
Wasatch, UT88.79%Saluda, SC98.90%
Carbon, UT86.44%Abbeville, SC98.84%
Millard, UT83.85%Edgefield, SC96.37%
Summit, UT80.33%Laurens, SC96.18%
Tooele, UT78.08%Lexington, SC95.50%
Salt Lake, UT78.04%Chester, SC95.33%
Wayne, UT74.56%Fairfield, SC95.05%
Grand, UT74.09%Greenville, SC94.85%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Wyandot, OH1,034,203Worcester, MD-245,559
Yuba, CA300,081York, NE-219,022
Baltimore, MD113,007Yuma, CO-188,804
Arapahoe, CO60,482Zavala, TX-121,080
New Haven, CT46,632Hamilton, OH-96,474
New York, NY38,255Cuyahoga, OH-81,489
Williams, ND36,825York, SC-67,703
Warren, NJ29,839San Francisco, CA-63,085
Douglas, NE28,036Wilson, TN-47,043
Kings, NY26,172Worth, GA-41,070


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Baltimore, MD11,300,700.00%Hamilton, OH-100.00%
Arapahoe, CO6,048,200.00%Cuyahoga, OH-100.00%
Douglas, NE2,803,600.00%San Francisco, CA-100.00%
Baltimore, MD1,898,600.00%Franklin, OH-100.00%
Teller, CO1,458,700.00%Montgomery, OH-100.00%
El Paso, CO1,442,300.00%Los Angeles, CA-100.00%
Lancaster, NE1,350,600.00%Lucas, OH-100.00%
Frederick, MD1,245,600.00%Stark, OH-100.00%
Pueblo, CO1,216,300.00%Alameda, CA-100.00%
Allegany, MD1,087,900.00%Summit, OH-99.99%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
McKinleyBryan
Logan, CO46.59%Custer, NE47.54%
Otter Tail, MN47.19%Tipton, IN47.77%
Nevada, AR47.42%Larimer, CO48.05%
Lycoming, PA47.53%Livingston, MO48.33%
Dakota, MN47.64%Trego, KS48.52%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
McKinleyBryan
Bear Lake, ID49.48%Latah, ID49.89%
Jefferson, MO49.20%Nez Perce, ID49.82%
Richardson, NE49.12%Fremont, ID49.76%
Hempstead, AR49.11%Georgetown, SC49.72%
Nuckolls, NE49.08%Beaufort, SC49.54%




National Results for 1900

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