1994 Gubernatorial Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D I %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Independent Other
1 AK213,435210 0.25% 536 40.84% 41.09% 0.00% 18.08%
2 MD1,410,300210 0.42% 5,993 49.78% 50.21% 0.00% 0.01%
3 AL1,199,095120 0.90% 10,757 50.45% 49.55% 0.00% 0.00%
4 FL4,206,659210 1.52% 63,940 49.23% 50.75% 0.00% 0.01%
5 ME511,308321 1.54% 7,878 23.08% 33.83% 35.37% 7.73%
6 GA1,545,297210 2.11% 32,555 48.95% 51.05% 0.00% 0.00%
7 SC933,850123 2.54% 23,754 50.41% 47.87% 0.86% 0.87%
8 NY5,203,764123 3.34% 173,796 48.79% 45.45% 4.18% 1.59%
9 CT1,147,084123 3.49% 40,068 36.20% 32.70% 18.88% 12.22%
10 RI361,377123 3.83% 13,833 47.37% 43.54% 9.08% 0.00%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D I %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Independent Other
1 VT212,046213 49.69% 105,369 19.00% 68.69% 7.07% 5.23%
2 NE579,561210 47.46% 275,040 25.58% 73.03% 0.00% 1.39%
3 OH3,346,238123 46.79% 1,565,723 71.77% 24.98% 3.25% 0.00%
4 NH311,529120 44.44% 138,448 70.02% 25.58% 0.00% 4.40%
5 MA2,164,278120 42.59% 921,740 70.85% 28.26% 0.00% 0.89%
6 WI1,563,835125 36.35% 568,476 67.23% 30.88% 0.52% 1.38%
7 IL3,106,566120 29.44% 914,468 63.87% 34.44% 0.00% 1.69%
8 MN1,727,394120 29.22% 504,821 63.34% 34.12% 0.00% 2.54%
9 KS820,846120 28.19% 231,380 64.09% 35.91% 0.00% 0.00%
10 MI3,089,077120 23.01% 710,663 61.48% 38.47% 0.00% 0.05%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Ohio71.77%Nebraska73.03%Maine35.37%
Massachusetts70.85%Vermont68.69%Hawaii30.67%
New Hampshire70.02%Arkansas59.60%Oklahoma23.45%
Wisconsin67.23%Colorado55.47%Connecticut18.88%
Kansas64.09%Nevada52.68%Rhode Island9.08%
Txp/Cnst/IALibertarianState1
Alaska13.04%New Hampshire4.40%Connecticut11.34%
Pennsylvania12.84%South Dakota4.12%Nevada2.31%
Oregon4.79%Arizona3.12%New York1.30%
Colorado3.62%California1.72%Maine1.29%
Nevada2.64%Illinois1.69%Minnesota1.20%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Vermont19.00%Ohio24.98%Wyoming0.00%
Maine23.08%New Hampshire25.58%Texas0.00%
Nebraska25.58%Massachusetts28.26%Tennessee0.00%
Hawaii29.24%Oklahoma29.64%South Dakota0.00%
Connecticut36.20%Wisconsin30.88%Pennsylvania0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
New York1,464,935South Carolina293,029
Pennsylvania1,275,605Nebraska271,010
Ohio1,167,036Connecticut151,131
California995,260Vermont117,588
Massachusetts845,801Maine68,689


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Rhode Island52.13%Vermont55.47%
Wyoming49.25%Nebraska46.77%
Idaho44.82%South Carolina39.08%
Oklahoma42.02%Maine13.38%
Pennsylvania40.82%Connecticut13.26%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
New York1,146,868Massachusetts-178,649
California965,908Illinois-150,844
Tennessee698,062Ohio-131,412
Florida675,788Minnesota-60,769
Pennsylvania532,766Alabama-16,530


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Tennessee88.47%Massachusetts-7.63%
Idaho28.92%Illinois-4.63%
New York28.27%Ohio-3.78%
Maryland26.92%Minnesota-3.40%
Wyoming25.53%Maine-2.14%


State Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
124111
210251
3209


County Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
11,50261333
26131,50527
33330365


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Sioux, IA86.05%Greene, AL85.93%Love, OK63.01%
Geauga, OH83.96%Saline, NE84.04%Johnston, OK62.49%
Stanton, KS83.06%Macon, AL83.07%Pontotoc, OK59.84%
Glasscock, TX82.93%Duval, TX82.30%Bryan, OK59.81%
Ottawa, MI82.85%Cedar, NE81.72%Choctaw, OK58.70%
Txp/Cnst/IALibertarianState1
Cameron, PA35.00%Gregory, SD7.59%Tolland, CT18.48%
Perry, PA27.69%Bon Homme, SD7.39%Hartford, CT17.11%
Elk, PA26.81%Custer, SD7.14%Middlesex, CT15.54%
Butler, PA26.06%Fall River, SD6.80%Litchfield, CT14.18%
Armstrong, PA21.78%Merrimack, NH6.27%Windham, CT11.71%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Androscoggin, ME13.50%Sioux, IA13.48%Weston, WY0.00%
Greene, AL14.07%Geauga, OH13.59%Washakie, WY0.00%
Love, OK14.86%Warren, OH15.29%Uinta, WY0.00%
Choctaw, OK15.14%Henry, OH16.19%Teton, WY0.00%
Chittenden, VT15.23%Cimarron, OK16.34%Sweetwater, WY0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Los Angeles, CA1,043,835Los Angeles, CA953,301Honolulu, HI81,191
Cook, IL634,353Cook, IL568,737Hartford, CT72,021
Orange, CA516,811Wayne, MI357,798Monroe, NY52,369
San Diego, CA477,439New York, NY299,910Cumberland, ME41,139
Middlesex, MA376,503Kings, NY299,135New Haven, CT39,010
Txp/Cnst/IALibertarianState1
Allegheny, PA68,141Los Angeles, CA28,368Hartford, CT52,413
Montgomery, PA28,108Maricopa, AZ21,623New Haven, CT26,450
Philadelphia, PA27,528San Diego, CA16,388Los Angeles, CA20,910
Lancaster, PA25,624Orange, CA16,351Fairfield, CT10,269
Delaware, PA25,484Cook, IL15,854Litchfield, CT9,851


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Kenedy, TX54Loving, TX30Weston, WY0
Loving, TX67King, TX40Washakie, WY0
Loup, NE97Kenedy, TX75Uinta, WY0
King, TX105McMullen, TX82Teton, WY0
Wheeler, NE117Glasscock, TX83Sweetwater, WY0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Cuyahoga, OH180,417Douglas, NE79,312
Cook, IL176,497New York, NY55,348
Allegheny, PA158,789Hartford, CT52,492
Middlesex, MA156,184Fairfield, CT44,173
Erie, NY139,424Greenville, SC38,437
Los Angeles, CA134,166Richland, SC35,978
Suffolk, NY133,086Lancaster, NE30,761
Worcester, MA125,489Chittenden, VT28,394
Oakland, MI115,474Baltimore City, MD26,320
Nassau, NY112,986Palm Beach, FL25,455


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Erie, PA89.01%Shannon, SD83.71%
Crawford, PA82.70%Caledonia, VT73.53%
Lancaster, PA77.93%Cuming, NE72.13%
Platte, WY77.79%Platte, NE68.99%
Union, FL76.98%McPherson, NE68.70%
Warren, PA75.79%Essex, VT67.13%
Park, WY74.22%Lamoille, VT66.11%
Lincoln, NV73.32%York, NE65.11%
Hamilton, IL70.93%Madison, NE64.55%
Effingham, IL69.74%Orange, VT63.93%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Los Angeles, CA207,996Cook, IL-102,007
Wayne, MI137,751St. Lucie, FL-56,703
Kings, NY125,807Middlesex, MA-56,544
New York, NY113,602Cuyahoga, OH-48,557
Shelby, TN111,874Hennepin, MN-36,682
Queens, NY110,059Santa Rosa, FL-36,059
Sarasota, FL103,276Norfolk, MA-27,163
Nassau, NY101,027Essex, MA-22,351
Orange, CA96,109Worcester, MA-21,174
Suffolk, NY95,417Suffolk, MA-19,369


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Sarasota, FL412.69%Santa Rosa, FL-52.92%
Bedford, TN217.94%St. Lucie, FL-50.58%
Cheatham, TN202.75%Buffalo, SD-39.50%
Macon, TN189.32%Presidio, TX-35.35%
Tipton, TN182.16%Culberson, TX-27.95%
Lauderdale, TN171.72%Dimmit, TX-26.89%
Benton, TN168.92%White, IL-25.37%
Sevier, TN166.50%Edgar, IL-25.34%
Marshall, TN163.77%Jasper, IL-24.54%
DeKalb, TN163.57%Harmon, OK-24.20%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Penobscot, ME33.64%Middlesex, CT31.62%New London, CT31.53%
Piscataquis, ME34.67%Tolland, CT33.89%Waldo, ME32.94%
Washington, ME36.51%Caddo, OK34.11%Garvin, OK35.28%
Stephens, OK36.57%Hartford, CT34.83%Okfuskee, OK36.88%
Aroostook, ME36.59%Honolulu, HI35.03%Oxford, ME37.51%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Genesee, MI49.96%Harris, GA49.98%Noble, OK37.62%
Monroe, AL49.66%Floyd, GA49.76%Lincoln, OK36.99%
Dixie, FL49.66%Lumpkin, GA49.76%Kennebec, ME36.97%
Sabine, TX49.62%Gordon, GA49.70%Harmon, OK36.14%
Hamilton, FL49.58%Decatur, GA49.69%Ellis, OK36.13%




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