2010 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 MN2,107,021213 0.42% 8,770 43.21% 43.63% 11.94% 1.23%
2 CT1,145,799213 0.56% 6,404 48.95% 49.51% 1.54% 0.00%
3 IL3,729,987213 0.85% 31,834 45.94% 46.79% 3.64% 3.64%
4 FL5,359,735123 1.15% 61,550 48.87% 47.72% 2.31% 1.10%
5 OR1,453,548210 1.53% 22,238 47.76% 49.29% 0.00% 2.94%
6 ME572,766132 1.71% 9,795 38.07% 19.10% 36.36% 6.47%
7 VT241,605215 1.79% 4,331 47.69% 49.48% 0.56% 2.28%
8 OH3,852,469120 2.00% 77,127 49.04% 47.04% 0.00% 3.93%
9 RI342,290231 2.53% 8,660 33.57% 23.05% 36.10% 7.28%
10 SC1,344,198120 4.46% 59,991 51.37% 46.91% 0.00% 1.72%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D I %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Independent Other
1 NE487,988120 47.81% 233,302 73.90% 26.10% 0.00% 0.00%
2 WY188,463120 42.74% 80,540 65.68% 22.94% 0.00% 11.38%
3 UT643,307123 32.16% 206,905 64.07% 31.90% 2.03% 2.00%
4 TN1,601,549123 31.95% 511,694 65.03% 33.08% 0.41% 1.47%
5 KS838,790120 31.07% 260,594 63.28% 32.21% 0.00% 4.51%
6 AR781,333210 30.79% 240,552 33.63% 64.42% 0.00% 1.95%
7 NY4,657,955210 29.26% 1,363,019 33.23% 62.49% 0.00% 4.28%
8 ID452,535123 26.25% 118,803 59.11% 32.85% 5.89% 2.15%
9 SD317,083120 23.03% 73,009 61.51% 38.49% 0.00% 0.00%
10 AK256,192120 21.39% 54,799 59.06% 37.67% 0.00% 3.26%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Nebraska73.90%Arkansas64.42%Maine36.36%
Wyoming65.68%New York62.49%Rhode Island36.10%
Tennessee65.03%Hawaii58.22%Minnesota11.94%
Utah64.07%Maryland56.24%Massachusetts8.03%
Kansas63.28%California53.77%Idaho5.89%
ConstitutionLibertarianGreen
Colorado36.38%Georgia4.01%Illinois2.70%
Alaska1.86%Wyoming2.85%Arkansas1.86%
California1.65%Kansas2.68%Ohio1.52%
Oregon1.41%Ohio2.39%South Carolina1.50%
Nevada0.70%Arizona2.24%Massachusetts1.43%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Colorado11.14%Maine19.10%Wyoming0.00%
New York33.23%Wyoming22.94%Texas0.00%
Rhode Island33.57%Rhode Island23.05%South Dakota0.00%
Arkansas33.63%Nebraska26.10%South Carolina0.00%
Maine38.07%Utah31.90%Pennsylvania0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Tennessee1,218,332California2,774,512
Pennsylvania1,206,357Colorado453,434
Michigan1,121,941Connecticut318,232
Ohio1,038,226Florida280,006
Arizona621,301Georgia159,854


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Wyoming82.66%Hawaii44.28%
Tennessee70.81%California29.86%
Oklahoma53.91%Connecticut28.31%
Kansas48.53%Colorado23.08%
New Mexico44.37%Vermont17.00%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
California1,416,069Michigan-575,168
Texas580,802Tennessee-217,000
Florida530,465Ohio-170,285
Georgia453,903Pennsylvania-108,526
South Carolina252,246Nebraska-105,369


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
South Carolina23.10%Nebraska-17.76%
Nevada23.08%Michigan-15.13%
Georgia21.39%Tennessee-11.93%
Alabama19.50%Rhode Island-11.64%
California16.32%Vermont-7.97%


State Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
123131
213221
3129


County Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
11,6674827
24571,66815
35630446


Congressional District Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Grant, NE91.44%Prince George's, MD87.93%Hancock, ME43.77%
Ochiltree, TX88.60%Macon, AL87.77%Cumberland, ME41.30%
Blaine, NE88.42%Bronx, NY87.68%Penobscot, ME39.91%
Thomas, NE88.29%Woodruff, AR85.44%Washington, RI39.80%
Chase, NE88.27%Phillips, AR85.41%Knox, ME39.18%
ConstitutionLibertarianGreen
Elbert, CO63.47%Haskell, KS10.05%Jackson, IL8.79%
Washington, CO59.69%Loving, TX7.35%Union, IL5.91%
Lincoln, CO56.51%Lumpkin, GA6.21%Perry, IL5.80%
Cheyenne, CO54.11%Clarke, GA6.17%Onondaga, NY5.24%
Morgan, CO52.52%Fannin, GA6.15%Franklin, MA5.11%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Denver, CO4.21%Grant, NE8.56%Weston, WY0.00%
Boulder, CO5.40%Morton, KS9.65%Washakie, WY0.00%
Clear Creek, CO6.05%Haskell, KS9.71%Uinta, WY0.00%
Gilpin, CO6.57%Ochiltree, TX9.92%Teton, WY0.00%
Jefferson, CO6.75%Eureka, NV10.05%Sweetwater, WY0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Los Angeles, CA749,439Los Angeles, CA1,455,184Providence, RI62,608
Maricopa, AZ543,045Cook, IL900,838Hennepin, MN57,117
Orange, CA499,878Maricopa, AZ415,142Cumberland, ME53,036
San Diego, CA452,205San Diego, CA399,845Cook, IL52,496
Cook, IL400,285Harris, TX395,952Middlesex, MA34,940
ConstitutionLibertarianGreen
Jefferson, CO94,375Los Angeles, CA34,910Cook, IL35,094
El Paso, CO83,580Maricopa, AZ24,077Los Angeles, CA27,373
Arapahoe, CO76,702Orange, CA18,514San Diego, CA12,409
Douglas, CO56,093San Diego, CA15,362Orange, CA10,635
Larimer, CO45,397Cook, IL10,527Maricopa, AZ8,600


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Limited, RI32Loving, TX12Weston, WY0
Loving, TX51King, TX23Washakie, WY0
San Juan, CO79Limited, RI24Uinta, WY0
King, TX93Grant, NE25Teton, WY0
Kenedy, TX109Arthur, NE25Sweetwater, WY0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Maricopa, AZ333,716Los Angeles, CA646,515
Wayne, MI169,431San Diego, CA221,761
Oakland, MI146,474Santa Clara, CA175,422
Erie, NY145,338Sacramento, CA172,434
Shelby, TN134,127Alameda, CA155,348
Cuyahoga, OH125,432Orange, CA150,810
Knox, TN121,317Contra Costa, CA117,506
Montgomery, PA118,097Honolulu, HI116,421
Bucks, PA117,987Riverside, CA97,898
Pima, AZ103,832Fairfield, CT95,067


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Knox, TN108.31%Honolulu, HI47.48%
Hot Springs, WY105.16%Hand, SD46.86%
Washakie, WY102.62%Sacramento, CA44.58%
Loudon, TN100.29%Yolo, CA44.26%
Anderson, TN94.07%Hawaii, HI41.62%
Blount, TN93.70%Marin, CA41.37%
Roane, TN93.35%Elbert, CO40.97%
Johnson, WY90.74%Washington, CO39.83%
Sweetwater, WY89.63%Amador, CA38.77%
Sevier, TN89.35%Santa Cruz, CA38.00%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Los Angeles, CA350,476Wayne, MI-116,215
Harris, TX198,886Oakland, MI-57,691
Orange, CA151,906Shelby, TN-50,262
San Diego, CA130,917Macomb, MI-46,733
Maricopa, AZ104,248Kent, MI-46,173
Clark, NV102,670Cuyahoga, OH-39,315
Riverside, CA98,632Allegheny, PA-31,972
San Bernardino, CA90,901Genesee, MI-30,046
Cook, IL88,886Providence, RI-24,096
Miami-Dade, FL82,943Hennepin, MN-23,420


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Maverick, TX80.86%Haskell, TX-77.42%
Culberson, TX71.66%Starr, TX-41.59%
Webb, TX60.44%Crittenden, AR-36.76%
Andrews, TX55.23%Cochran, TX-36.45%
Hidalgo, TX53.00%Colfax, NE-35.64%
Brooks, GA52.36%Hardeman, TX-35.43%
Jasper, SC48.35%Hamilton, NE-34.93%
Webster, GA47.02%Menard, TX-34.34%
Miller, GA46.40%Buffalo, SD-33.88%
Douglas, CO45.52%Hancock, TN-33.33%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
York, ME34.12%Jackson, CO39.27%Providence, RI34.90%
Limited, RI35.96%Crowley, CO39.56%Bristol, RI37.04%
Dolores, CO36.13%Archuleta, CO41.51%Sagadahoc, ME38.95%
Kent, RI36.79%Sedgwick, CO41.64%Knox, ME39.18%
Montezuma, CO37.94%Blue Earth, MN43.30%Washington, RI39.80%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
RepublicanDemocraticIndependent
Corson, SD49.94%Allegheny, PA49.95%Penobscot, ME39.91%
Comanche, OK49.72%Erie, PA49.90%Waldo, ME38.00%
Clay, SD49.60%Clarke, AL49.58%Newport, RI37.55%
Trempealeau, WI48.88%Caddo, OK49.17%Washington, ME37.43%
Jefferson, AL48.86%Bernalillo, NM49.10%Lincoln, ME37.16%




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