2004 Gubernatorial Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Other
1 WA2,810,05812 0.00% 129 48.87% 48.87% 2.26%
2 NH667,02612 2.15% 14,318 51.02% 48.87% 0.11%
3 MO2,719,59921 2.98% 80,977 47.85% 50.83% 1.31%
4 MT446,14612 4.42% 19,703 50.44% 46.02% 3.55%
5 DE364,75912 5.08% 18,540 50.87% 45.79% 3.35%
6 IN2,448,49821 7.72% 189,012 45.49% 53.21% 1.29%
7 NC3,486,68812 12.74% 444,133 55.62% 42.88% 1.51%
8 UT919,96021 16.40% 150,831 41.35% 57.74% 0.91%
9 VT309,28521 20.76% 64,213 37.93% 58.70% 3.37%
10 WV744,43312 29.50% 219,627 63.51% 34.00% 2.49%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Other
1 ND309,87321 43.87% 135,926 27.39% 71.26% 1.35%
2 WV744,43312 29.50% 219,627 63.51% 34.00% 2.49%
3 VT309,28521 20.76% 64,213 37.93% 58.70% 3.37%
4 UT919,96021 16.40% 150,831 41.35% 57.74% 0.91%
5 NC3,486,68812 12.74% 444,133 55.62% 42.88% 1.51%
6 IN2,448,49821 7.72% 189,012 45.49% 53.21% 1.29%
7 DE364,75912 5.08% 18,540 50.87% 45.79% 3.35%
8 MT446,14612 4.42% 19,703 50.44% 46.02% 3.55%
9 MO2,719,59921 2.98% 80,977 47.85% 50.83% 1.31%
10 NH667,02612 2.15% 14,318 51.02% 48.87% 0.11%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanLibertarian
West Virginia63.51%North Dakota71.26%Washington2.26%
North Carolina55.62%Vermont58.70%Montana1.66%
New Hampshire51.02%Utah57.74%North Carolina1.51%
Delaware50.87%Indiana53.21%Indiana1.29%
Montana50.44%Missouri50.83%Missouri0.90%
IndependentMountainConstitution
Delaware3.35%West Virginia2.48%Missouri0.42%
North Dakota1.35%Delaware0.00%Delaware0.00%
Vermont0.79%Indiana0.00%Indiana0.00%
Indiana0.00%Missouri0.00%Montana0.00%
Missouri0.00%Montana0.00%New Hampshire0.00%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanLibertarian
North Dakota27.39%West Virginia34.00%West Virginia0.00%
Vermont37.93%North Carolina42.88%Utah0.00%
Utah41.35%Delaware45.79%North Dakota0.00%
Indiana45.49%Montana46.02%New Hampshire0.00%
Missouri47.85%Washington48.87%Delaware0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Indiana513,252North Carolina274,769
Washington461,784West Virginia200,731
North Dakota106,815Montana35,707
Missouri102,422
Vermont100,913


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
North Dakota33.81%West Virginia26.59%
Vermont33.27%Montana8.32%
Indiana22.60%North Carolina6.98%
Washington18.70%
Delaware14.42%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
North Carolina544,626
Missouri372,769
Washington340,206
Indiana269,230
Utah158,154


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Utah20.76%
North Carolina18.51%
New Hampshire18.20%
Missouri15.88%
West Virginia14.87%


State Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublican
165
256


County Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublican
1194374
2372192


Congressional District Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublican
11723
22317


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanLibertarian
Mingo, WV82.33%Golden Valley, ND81.87%Skamania, WA3.61%
McDowell, WV79.29%Bowman, ND79.46%Ferry, WA3.58%
Boone, WV79.12%Barton, MO79.43%Granite, MT3.31%
St. Louis, MO77.83%McIntosh, ND78.50%Currituck, NC3.25%
Webster, WV76.44%Williams, ND78.28%San Juan, WA3.25%
IndependentMountainConstitution
Kent, DE7.30%Monongalia, WV5.42%Oregon, MO1.17%
Sussex, DE4.26%Pocahontas, WV4.70%Ozark, MO1.07%
Kidder, ND3.48%Calhoun, WV4.50%Grundy, MO1.02%
Slope, ND2.56%Gilmer, WV3.96%Pike, MO0.95%
Cavalier, ND2.49%Kanawha, WV3.63%Sullivan, MO0.91%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublican
Golden Valley, ND17.16%Mingo, WV16.35%
Bowman, ND18.55%McDowell, WV18.26%
Barton, MO19.49%Boone, WV18.96%
Slope, ND20.00%St. Louis, MO20.63%
Williams, ND20.27%Webster, WV20.91%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanLibertarian
King, WA506,194King, WA351,306King, WA18,952
St. Louis, MO296,624St. Louis, MO238,783Pierce, WA7,255
Wake, NC205,535Salt Lake, UT168,818Snohomish, WA6,861
Jackson, MO194,804Pierce, WA157,905Wake, NC5,357
Salt Lake, UT188,002Marion, IN148,825Mecklenburg, NC4,844
IndependentMountainConstitution
New Castle, DE4,942Kanawha, WV3,147St. Louis, MO1,676
Kent, DE4,006Monongalia, WV1,819Jackson, MO1,415
Sussex, DE3,255Cabell, WV1,078St. Louis, MO615
Cass, ND746Harrison, WV687St. Charles, MO525
Burleigh, ND535Jefferson, WV676Jefferson, MO491


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublican
Slope, ND86Petroleum, MT185
Petroleum, MT95Treasure, MT259
Billings, ND115Daggett, UT287
Garfield, MT150Wibaux, MT308
Carter, MT150Golden Valley, MT309


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
King, WA117,238Mecklenburg, NC66,528
Pierce, WA47,291St. Louis, MO51,531
Snohomish, WA45,642Wake, NC34,154
Spokane, WA44,647Guilford, NC21,161
Marion, IN39,524St. Louis, MO18,303
Hamilton, IN35,795Durham, NC17,739
Chittenden, VT33,655Wood, WV17,322
Clark, WA27,630Buncombe, NC14,678
Utah, UT25,084Jackson, MO13,322
Benton, WA24,708Kanawha, WV13,062


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Sioux, ND57.50%Tyler, WV67.18%
Adams, ND53.72%Pleasants, WV62.84%
Ransom, ND52.30%McDowell, WV58.95%
Walsh, ND50.93%Hardy, WV56.92%
Pembina, ND49.57%Wetzel, WV54.43%
Divide, ND49.10%Mingo, WV51.64%
Richland, ND46.08%Grant, WV49.45%
Nelson, ND45.97%Ritchie, WV48.73%
Slope, ND45.83%Wood, WV46.77%
Chittenden, VT45.60%Ohio, WV46.23%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
King, WA90,645Cass, IN-1,000
Wake, NC77,417Silver Bow, MT-830
St. Louis, MO56,181Carteret, NC-802
Salt Lake, UT55,718Rolette, ND-386
Mecklenburg, NC54,993Logan, WV-358
Pierce, WA43,608Walsh, ND-195
Jackson, MO43,502Grant, ND-195
Marion, IN42,950LaMoure, ND-167
Snohomish, WA41,733Ransom, ND-146
St. Charles, MO35,693Ramsey, ND-133


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Divide, ND56.38%Grant, ND-13.56%
Berkeley, WV45.24%Garfield, MT-11.93%
Hamilton, IN38.83%Rolette, ND-8.79%
Jefferson, WV37.35%Judith Basin, MT-8.58%
Washington, UT36.05%Petroleum, MT-6.77%
Christian, MO34.64%LaMoure, ND-6.69%
Tooele, UT33.85%Cass, IN-6.68%
Camden, NC33.35%Eddy, ND-5.47%
Wasatch, UT32.18%Ransom, ND-5.34%
Currituck, NC31.99%Toole, MT-5.18%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
DemocraticRepublican
Lake, MT48.09%Pondera, MT48.40%
Park, MT48.21%Gallatin, MT48.47%
Cowlitz, WA48.87%Mineral, MT48.67%
Transylvania, NC49.12%Switzerland, IN49.33%
Jefferson, MO49.25%Kitsap, WA49.33%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
DemocraticRepublican
Floyd, IN49.04%Jefferson, MO49.23%
Gibson, IN48.78%Clinton, MO49.06%
Rockingham, NH48.58%Clark, IN48.98%
McDowell, NC48.51%Transylvania, NC48.91%
Macon, NC48.43%Vanderburgh, IN48.88%


Congressional Districts with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanLibertarian
District 4, NC72.54%At Large, ND71.26%At Large, DE3.35%
District 1, NC69.56%District 5, IN68.02%At Large, ND1.35%
District 3, WV65.56%District 7, MO67.08%District 13, NC0.00%
District 1, WV64.53%District 2, UT65.95%District 11, NC0.00%
District 1, IN62.32%District 3, UT65.13%District 10, NC0.00%


National Results for 2004

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