2010 Senatorial 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 IL3,704,473125 1.60% 59,220 48.01% 46.42% 0.02% 5.55%
2 CO1,777,668216 1.68% 29,896 46.40% 48.08% 0.64% 4.89%
3 PA3,977,661120 2.02% 80,229 51.01% 48.99% 0.00% 0.00%
4 AK255,962237 4.01% 10,252 35.49% 23.46% 0.18% 40.87%
5 WA2,511,094210 4.73% 118,766 47.64% 52.36% 0.00% 0.00%
6 WI2,171,331120 4.84% 105,041 51.86% 47.02% 0.00% 1.12%
7 NV721,404217 5.74% 41,424 44.55% 50.29% 0.44% 4.72%
8 CA10,000,160210 10.01% 1,001,075 42.17% 52.18% 0.00% 5.64%
9 WV529,948210 10.07% 53,345 43.40% 53.47% 0.00% 3.13%
10 KY1,356,468120 11.47% 155,568 55.69% 44.22% 0.00% 0.09%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D I %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Independent Other
1 SD227,947100 100.00% 227,947 100.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
2 ND238,812120 53.91% 128,734 76.08% 22.17% 0.00% 1.75%
3 HI370,583215 53.24% 197,289 21.57% 74.81% 0.73% 2.89%
4 ID449,530120 46.25% 207,896 71.18% 24.93% 0.00% 3.90%
5 OK1,017,151123 44.50% 452,668 70.64% 26.13% 2.46% 0.77%
6 KS837,692120 43.72% 366,204 70.09% 26.38% 0.00% 3.53%
7 NY4,595,375210 34.11% 1,567,387 32.20% 66.31% 0.00% 1.49%
8 SC1,318,794120 33.83% 446,173 61.48% 27.65% 0.00% 10.88%
9 VT235,178213 33.41% 78,582 30.91% 64.33% 1.51% 3.25%
10 IA1,116,063120 31.05% 346,529 64.35% 33.30% 0.00% 2.34%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
South Dakota100.00%Hawaii74.81%Florida29.71%
North Dakota76.08%New York66.31%Arkansas3.24%
Idaho71.18%Vermont64.33%Delaware2.67%
Oklahoma70.64%New York62.94%Oklahoma2.46%
Kansas70.09%Maryland62.19%New Hampshire2.02%
LibertarianGreenConstitution
Indiana5.41%South Carolina9.21%Utah5.67%
Arizona4.67%Illinois3.18%Idaho3.88%
Missouri3.02%Colorado2.19%Missouri2.13%
Georgia2.69%Hawaii2.09%Ohio1.73%
Illinois2.36%West Virginia1.92%California1.25%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Hawaii21.57%South Dakota0.00%Wisconsin0.00%
Vermont30.91%Florida20.20%West Virginia0.00%
New York32.20%North Dakota22.17%Washington0.00%
New York35.10%Alaska23.46%Utah0.00%
Alaska35.49%Idaho24.93%South Dakota0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Illinois2,265,986Ohio837,957
New York1,890,228Arizona687,261
New York1,577,368Pennsylvania510,725
Florida1,470,144Idaho287,764
California1,398,731Iowa279,281


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
South Dakota98.85%Idaho52.11%
North Dakota90.47%Arizona31.98%
Illinois44.52%Utah11.54%
Indiana39.00%Iowa11.26%
Oklahoma32.98%Ohio10.26%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
New York-2,196,249
New York-2,107,500
California-2,053,135
Florida-2,018,788
Ohio-1,611,098


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
South Dakota-41.73%
New York-32.77%
Louisiana-31.55%
New York-31.44%
New Hampshire-30.73%


State Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
123130
214211
3026


County Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
11,7364394
24421,61752
3056194


Congressional District Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Aurora, SD100.00%Bronx, NY90.10%Pinellas, FL42.08%
Beadle, SD100.00%Prince George's, MD89.11%Leon, FL40.54%
Bennett, SD100.00%Bronx, NY87.50%Sarasota, FL40.37%
Bon Homme, SD100.00%Baltimore, MD86.59%Palm Beach, FL40.29%
Brookings, SD100.00%New York, NY85.10%Monroe, FL39.94%
LibertarianGreenConstitution
Montgomery, IN11.53%Richland, SC18.44%Cache, UT17.96%
Rush, IN10.73%Charleston, SC12.59%Millard, UT13.48%
Miami, IN9.50%Lexington, SC11.83%Washington, ID10.55%
Wayne, IN9.13%Beaufort, SC11.67%Sanpete, UT10.24%
Morgan, IN9.02%Fairfield, SC10.42%Morgan, UT9.79%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Bronx, NY9.02%Ziebach, SD0.00%Wyoming, WV0.00%
Prince George's, MD9.85%Yankton, SD0.00%Wood, WV0.00%
Bronx, NY11.00%Walworth, SD0.00%Wirt, WV0.00%
Baltimore, MD11.48%Union, SD0.00%Wetzel, WV0.00%
New York, NY13.04%Turner, SD0.00%Webster, WV0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Los Angeles, CA749,353Los Angeles, CA1,432,450Palm Beach, FL156,140
Maricopa, AZ599,068Cook, IL898,751Broward, FL151,125
Orange, CA502,756King, WA489,190Pinellas, FL129,529
San Diego, CA454,301San Diego, CA389,806Miami-Dade, FL121,720
Cook, IL442,029Philadelphia, PA357,981Hillsborough, FL109,141
LibertarianGreenConstitution
Maricopa, AZ45,596Cook, IL34,758Los Angeles, CA23,198
Los Angeles, CA33,431Los Angeles, CA29,323San Diego, CA11,725
Cook, IL21,592Richland, SC20,651Orange, CA10,432
San Diego, CA16,578Charleston, SC12,562Salt Lake, UT9,610
Orange, CA14,625Maricopa, AZ12,095Riverside, CA8,117


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Menominee, WI159Ziebach, SD0Wyoming, WV0
San Juan, CO177Yankton, SD0Wood, WV0
Buffalo, SD208Walworth, SD0Wirt, WV0
Alpine, CA244Union, SD0Wetzel, WV0
Taliaferro, GA247Turner, SD0Webster, WV0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Cook, IL842,903Maricopa, AZ421,347
Los Angeles, CA435,045Pima, AZ143,944
Kings, NY252,611Cuyahoga, OH99,151
Kings, NY217,436Franklin, OH87,812
New York, NY215,387Ada, ID83,017
Broward, FL211,700Salt Lake, UT57,812
Queens, NY204,625Montgomery, PA51,644
Suffolk, NY202,144Hamilton, OH50,345
New York, NY200,239Jefferson, LA44,252
Palm Beach, FL195,614Delaware, PA43,798


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Shannon, SD174.66%Blaine, ID98.42%
Buffalo, SD161.86%Teton, ID93.60%
Todd, SD157.61%Latah, ID78.43%
Dewey, SD146.29%Shoshone, ID74.54%
Ziebach, SD134.98%Bannock, ID68.40%
Day, SD129.58%Valley, ID67.56%
Corson, SD126.98%Ada, ID62.82%
Clay, SD126.89%Nez Perce, ID60.84%
Miner, SD120.24%Bonner, ID58.21%
Marshall, SD118.90%Santa Cruz, AZ54.91%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Pinal, AZ14,689Cook, IL-610,726
Sumter, FL10,996Los Angeles, CA-607,096
Shawnee, KS2,913Broward, FL-267,531
Brunswick, NC2,525Miami-Dade, FL-255,656
Lancaster, SC1,210New York, NY-240,569
Boone, AR1,193New York, NY-235,026
Franklin, WA1,158Kings, NY-233,478
Magoffin, KY731Kings, NY-222,870
Lyon, NV625Cuyahoga, OH-220,803
Teton, ID599Philadelphia, PA-215,037


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Sumter, FL34.99%Shannon, SD-80.81%
Pinal, AZ23.18%Buffalo, SD-76.39%
Teton, ID21.52%Todd, SD-72.44%
Magoffin, KY14.87%St. Bernard, LA-71.55%
Boone, AR8.66%Corson, SD-67.44%
Franklin, WA7.25%Dewey, SD-64.08%
Brunswick, NC6.77%Ziebach, SD-62.73%
Lancaster, SC5.85%Bennett, SD-56.54%
Shawnee, KS5.34%Clay, SD-55.27%
Clark, ID5.25%Chattahoochee, GA-55.19%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Jefferson, FL39.56%Mineral, NV44.93%Broward, FL35.96%
Alachua, FL40.05%Jackson, IL45.48%Palm Beach, FL40.29%
Monroe, FL42.67%Lincoln, AR45.55%Leon, FL40.54%
Madison, FL43.65%Chaffee, CO46.99%Pinellas, FL42.08%
Richland, SC44.41%Gadsden, FL47.10%--


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Union, KY49.97%Greene, PA49.91%Sarasota, FL40.37%
Boyd, KY49.64%Fayette, PA49.81%Monroe, FL39.94%
Marengo, AL49.37%Pierce, WA49.79%Pasco, FL39.32%
Luzerne, PA49.32%Island, WA49.74%Hernando, FL38.56%
Fayette, KY49.26%Greenup, KY49.50%Citrus, FL37.11%




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