1952 Presidential Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateEVTotal Vote E S %Margin Margin Eisenhower Stevenson Other
1 KY10993,14821 0.07% 700 49.84% 49.91% 0.24%
2 TN11892,55312 0.27% 2,437 49.99% 49.71% 0.30%
3 SC8341,08621 1.44% 4,922 49.28% 50.72% 0.00%
4 MO131,892,06212 1.56% 29,599 50.71% 49.14% 0.15%
5 RI4414,49812 1.84% 7,642 50.89% 49.05% 0.07%
6 WV8873,54821 3.85% 33,608 48.08% 51.92% 0.00%
7 DE3174,02512 3.88% 6,744 51.75% 47.88% 0.37%
8 LA10651,95221 5.84% 38,102 47.08% 52.92% 0.00%
9 PA324,580,96912 5.88% 269,520 52.74% 46.85% 0.41%
10 TX242,075,94612 6.44% 133,650 53.13% 46.69% 0.18%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateEVTotal Vote E S %Margin Margin Eisenhower Stevenson Other
1 VT3153,55712 43.22% 66,362 71.45% 28.23% 0.32%
2 ND4270,12712 42.58% 115,018 70.97% 28.39% 0.64%
3 GA12655,80321 39.32% 257,844 30.34% 69.66% 0.00%
4 SD4294,28312 38.54% 113,431 69.27% 30.73% 0.00%
5 NE6609,66012 38.31% 233,546 69.15% 30.85% 0.00%
6 KS8896,16612 38.27% 343,006 68.77% 30.50% 0.73%
7 ME5351,78612 32.28% 113,547 66.05% 33.77% 0.18%
8 ID4276,23112 31.00% 85,626 65.42% 34.42% 0.16%
9 AL11426,12021 29.53% 125,844 35.02% 64.55% 0.43%
10 IA101,268,77312 28.17% 357,393 63.75% 35.59% 0.66%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
EisenhowerStevensonHallinan
Vermont71.45%Georgia69.66%New York0.90%
North Dakota70.97%Alabama64.55%Maryland0.81%
South Dakota69.27%Mississippi60.44%Oregon0.53%
Nebraska69.15%Arkansas55.90%California0.46%
Kansas68.77%North Carolina53.91%Iowa0.40%
HamblenHassHoopes
Indiana0.78%New Jersey0.24%New Jersey0.36%
Kansas0.67%Illinois0.21%Connecticut0.20%
Alabama0.43%Virginia0.19%Vermont0.12%
Michigan0.37%Minnesota0.17%Virginia0.08%
California0.30%Delaware0.14%Wisconsin0.07%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
EisenhowerStevensonHallinan
Georgia30.34%Vermont28.23%Wyoming0.00%
Alabama35.02%North Dakota28.39%West Virginia0.00%
Mississippi39.56%Kansas30.50%Utah0.00%
Arkansas43.76%South Dakota30.73%South Dakota0.00%
North Carolina46.09%Nebraska30.85%South Carolina0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
California795,806Alabama166,774
New York787,255Georgia79,889
Texas654,418Mississippi45,259
Ohio507,131
Illinois477,019


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Texas48.11%Alabama48.57%
Oklahoma34.67%Mississippi13.41%
North Dakota33.82%
South Dakota33.75%
Idaho33.72%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
California1,320,065
New York949,739
Pennsylvania845,821
Texas826,369
Ohio764,687


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
South Carolina139.24%
Alabama98.21%
Florida71.27%
Arkansas66.95%
Texas66.13%


State Ranks
Rank EisenhowerStevenson
1399
2939


County Ranks
Rank EisenhowerStevenson
12,105994
29942,105


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
EisenhowerStevensonHallinan
Plaquemines, LA92.97%Greene, NC94.12%New York, NY2.22%
Gillespie, TX92.29%Hart, GA94.08%Grant, NM2.13%
McIntosh, ND90.89%Treutlen, GA93.34%Bronx, NY2.07%
Campbell, SD90.14%Martin, NC92.98%Crook, OR1.82%
Kenedy, TX88.52%Walton, GA91.89%Judith Basin, MT1.67%
HamblenHassHoopes
Adams, IN4.34%Essex, NJ1.30%Hudson, NJ2.33%
McPherson, KS3.35%Buchanan, VA1.14%Surry, VA1.09%
DeKalb, IN3.03%Prince George, VA0.94%Berks, PA0.82%
Kosciusko, IN3.01%Charles City, VA0.94%Charles City, VA0.59%
Wells, IN2.96%Surry, VA0.89%Franklin, VA0.50%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
EisenhowerStevenson
Greene, NC5.88%Plaquemines, LA7.03%
Hart, GA5.92%Gillespie, TX7.51%
Treutlen, GA6.66%McIntosh, ND8.24%
Martin, NC7.02%Campbell, SD9.86%
Walton, GA8.11%Oliver, ND11.09%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
EisenhowerStevensonHallinan
Los Angeles, CA1,278,407Cook, IL1,172,454Kings, NY18,765
Cook, IL1,188,973Los Angeles, CA971,408New York, NY16,974
Wayne, MI456,371Kings, NY656,229Bronx, NY13,420
Queens, NY450,610Wayne, MI622,236Los Angeles, CA12,144
Kings, NY446,708Philadelphia, PA557,352Queens, NY7,194
HamblenHassHoopes
Los Angeles, CA7,228Cook, IL6,128Hudson, NJ7,562
Philadelphia, PA1,484Essex, NJ5,317Fairfield, CT1,065
Kent, MI1,259Ramsey, MN935Berks, PA811
Wayne, MI1,242Wayne, MI883New Haven, CT622
Marion, IN826St. Louis, MN601Milwaukee, WI614


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
EisenhowerStevenson
Armstrong, SD6Armstrong, SD5
King, TX66Kenedy, TX14
Loving, TX71Alpine, CA20
Chattahoochee, GA73Loving, TX24
Daggett, UT90McPherson, NE53


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Los Angeles, CA315,457Philadelphia, PA153,741
Cook, IL217,355Jefferson, AL13,118
Middlesex, MA99,137Etowah, AL7,978
Suffolk, MA81,130New York, NY7,885
Erie, NY80,049Madison, AL7,059
San Diego, CA77,501Anderson, SC5,850
Queens, NY64,676Calhoun, AL5,815
Hudson, NJ63,980Spartanburg, SC5,741
Milwaukee, WI63,968Lauderdale, AL5,733
Nassau, NY61,841Chambers, AL5,383


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Roberts, TX118.93%Chambers, AL84.17%
Sterling, TX112.06%Cherokee, AL82.96%
Ochiltree, TX109.42%Limestone, AL80.44%
Hansford, TX107.06%Madison, AL79.68%
Lipscomb, TX100.27%Colbert, AL77.73%
Sherman, TX99.99%Coffee, AL74.95%
Parmer, TX95.85%Randolph, AL74.82%
Kenedy, TX94.33%Marshall, AL74.36%
Swisher, TX93.07%Jackson, AL74.19%
Hudspeth, TX92.86%Lawrence, AL72.91%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Los Angeles, CA545,458Otero, CO-2,725
Wayne, MI237,275Beauregard, LA-1,688
Nassau, NY172,598Riley, KS-1,366
Cuyahoga, OH163,799Forsyth, GA-735
Queens, NY149,478DeKalb, TN-649
Allegheny, PA138,566Stone, AR-645
Harris, TX131,880Beltrami, MN-618
Cook, IL122,040Douglas, GA-599
Dade, FL103,684Cherokee, OK-474
Baltimore, MD95,968Bryan, GA-457


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Hampton, VA748.66%Beauregard, LA-48.60%
Baker, GA309.89%Stone, AR-33.61%
Chambers, AL306.90%Forsyth, GA-27.61%
Cherokee, SC302.39%Bryan, GA-25.98%
Anderson, SC272.44%Otero, CO-20.91%
York, SC258.67%Douglas, GA-17.90%
Abbeville, SC252.07%Dawson, GA-16.67%
Greenville, SC244.16%DeKalb, TN-14.71%
Darlington, SC232.64%Esmeralda, NV-14.25%
Pike, GA225.00%Clinch, GA-12.96%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
EisenhowerStevenson
Pierce, WA49.66%Pueblo, CO49.48%
Madera, CA49.67%Sheridan, MT49.69%
Alger, MI49.68%Baxter, AR49.70%
St. Joseph, IN49.74%Mason, WA49.74%
Independence, AR49.95%Dakota, MN49.79%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
EisenhowerStevenson
Monongalia, WV49.92%Montgomery, NC49.96%
Graham, AZ49.90%Brunswick, NC49.94%
Mason, KY49.89%Clay, NC49.93%
Brazoria, TX49.88%Barbour, WV49.92%
Madison, KY49.82%Lafayette, LA49.90%




National Results for 1952

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