2012 Senatorial Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R I %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Independent Other
1 ND320,851120 0.90% 2,881 50.23% 49.33% 0.00% 0.44%
2 NV997,805210 1.16% 11,576 44.71% 45.87% 0.00% 9.43%
3 AZ2,245,609210 3.02% 67,915 46.16% 49.18% 0.00% 4.66%
4 MT486,066120 3.72% 18,072 48.58% 44.86% 0.00% 6.56%
5 WI3,009,411120 5.55% 166,978 51.41% 45.86% 0.00% 2.73%
6 NM775,792120 5.73% 44,458 51.01% 45.28% 0.00% 3.71%
7 IN2,563,799120 5.74% 147,051 50.03% 44.30% 0.00% 5.67%
8 VA3,802,196120 5.91% 224,525 52.87% 46.96% 0.00% 0.17%
9 OH5,449,127123 6.00% 327,022 50.70% 44.70% 4.60% 0.00%
10 MA3,156,553120 7.55% 238,298 53.74% 46.19% 0.00% 0.07%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R I %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Independent Other
1 WY244,862210 54.00% 132,231 21.65% 75.65% 0.00% 2.69%
2 VT294,267021 46.17% 135,855 0.00% 24.87% 71.04% 4.08%
3 NY6,679,678120 45.86% 3,063,628 72.19% 26.33% 0.00% 1.48%
4 DE399,607123 37.47% 149,715 66.42% 28.95% 3.83% 0.80%
5 UT1,006,901215 35.33% 355,735 29.98% 65.31% 0.71% 4.00%
6 MN2,843,207123 34.70% 986,621 65.23% 30.53% 2.59% 1.66%
7 TN2,321,477210 34.48% 800,561 30.41% 64.89% 0.00% 4.70%
8 RI418,189120 29.85% 124,812 64.81% 34.97% 0.00% 0.22%
9 MD2,633,234123 29.65% 780,737 55.98% 26.33% 16.37% 1.33%
10 HI430,483120 25.20% 108,495 62.60% 37.40% 0.00% 0.00%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
New York72.19%Wyoming75.65%Vermont71.04%
Delaware66.42%Utah65.31%Maine52.89%
Minnesota65.23%Tennessee64.89%Maryland16.37%
Rhode Island64.81%Nebraska57.77%Ohio4.60%
Hawaii62.60%Mississippi57.16%Delaware3.83%
LibertarianState1Green
Montana6.56%Nevada4.54%West Virginia2.96%
Missouri6.07%Wyoming2.52%Tennessee1.66%
Indiana5.67%Minnesota1.07%Texas0.86%
Arizona4.55%Mississippi1.06%Delaware0.80%
Wisconsin2.07%Florida1.00%New York0.64%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Vermont0.00%Vermont24.87%Wyoming0.00%
Maine13.26%Maryland26.33%Wisconsin0.00%
Wyoming21.65%New York26.33%West Virginia0.00%
Utah29.98%Delaware28.95%Washington0.00%
Tennessee30.41%Minnesota30.53%Virginia0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Tennessee750,626New York1,447,389
Wisconsin641,937Indiana1,318,604
Massachusetts600,908California1,065,270
Nebraska287,074Maryland602,442
Pennsylvania195,974Minnesota543,425


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Nebraska43.31%Indiana93.09%
North Dakota38.40%Maine35.94%
New Mexico35.54%Rhode Island22.83%
Wisconsin32.28%Maryland19.64%
Tennessee31.76%Minnesota14.58%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
California4,037,035
Texas3,550,159
Florida3,396,412
New York2,189,625
Pennsylvania1,546,379


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Mississippi103.23%
Indiana91.17%
Texas82.28%
Utah76.26%
Nevada71.28%


State Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
12382
28250
3105


County Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
17191,12930
21,1297472
3162266


Congressional District Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Bronx, NY93.09%King, TX95.90%Windham, VT74.70%
Petersburg, VA89.64%Roberts, TX91.13%Washington, VT74.23%
San Francisco, CA88.52%Ochiltree, TX90.57%Chittenden, VT73.69%
Kings, NY87.09%Hansford, TX90.06%Lamoille, VT73.67%
New York, NY86.84%Glasscock, TX89.96%Addison, VT72.40%
LibertarianState1Green
Sanders, MT11.65%Mineral, NV7.72%Gilmer, WV9.41%
Treasure, MT11.47%Esmeralda, NV5.99%Pocahontas, WV6.94%
Fallon, MT10.94%Pershing, NV5.76%Webster, WV5.54%
Rush, IN10.73%Washoe, NV4.92%Calhoun, WV5.39%
Wibaux, MT10.29%Humboldt, NV4.90%Monongalia, WV4.61%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Windsor, VT0.00%Bronx, NY6.26%Weston, WY0.00%
Windham, VT0.00%Prince George's, MD6.68%Washakie, WY0.00%
Washington, VT0.00%Baltimore, MD6.91%Uinta, WY0.00%
Rutland, VT0.00%Petersburg, VA10.13%Teton, WY0.00%
Orleans, VT0.00%St. Louis, MO10.80%Sweetwater, WY0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Los Angeles, CA2,183,654Los Angeles, CA868,924Cumberland, ME93,746
King, WA683,067Maricopa, AZ675,500Baltimore, MD78,887
San Diego, CA622,781Harris, TX582,328York, ME55,958
Wayne, MI608,169Orange, CA570,574Chittenden, VT55,615
Maricopa, AZ602,809San Diego, CA521,884Montgomery, MD49,611
LibertarianState1Green
Maricopa, AZ62,546Clark, NV30,675Harris, TX10,121
St. Louis, MO21,499Washoe, NV9,139Davidson, TN8,279
Marion, IN20,802Pinellas, FL6,318Travis, TX5,919
Harris, TX18,080Hennepin, MN6,267Knox, TN5,844
Jackson, MO17,390Miami-Dade, FL6,180Kings, NY5,597


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Windsor, VT0Loving, TX43Weston, WY0
Windham, VT0Kenedy, TX80Washakie, WY0
Washington, VT0King, TX117Uinta, WY0
Rutland, VT0Sioux, ND185Teton, WY0
Orleans, VT0Petroleum, MT202Sweetwater, WY0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Middlesex, MA130,290Los Angeles, CA552,110
Worcester, MA107,101Kings, NY273,000
Norfolk, MA100,597Marion, IN248,837
Waukesha, WI91,915King, WA191,813
Essex, MA85,217Philadelphia, PA190,820
Plymouth, MA77,453Queens, NY188,995
Knox, TN60,645Prince George's, MD175,377
Utah, UT60,157Bronx, NY157,054
Montgomery, TX58,991New York, NY146,106
Fairfield, CT58,034Wayne, MI143,461


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Red Willow, NE91.81%Marion, IN122.98%
Greeley, NE91.25%Lake, IN122.64%
Wheeler, NE90.68%Monroe, IN114.72%
Blaine, NE88.34%Perry, IN112.65%
Rock, NE88.11%St. Joseph, IN111.79%
Boyd, NE87.60%LaPorte, IN109.76%
Hitchcock, NE86.22%Delaware, IN108.85%
Loup, NE86.15%Vigo, IN107.13%
Furnas, NE85.95%Porter, IN101.77%
Frontier, NE85.14%Vermillion, IN99.12%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Los Angeles, CA1,117,912Jackson, TN-332
Harris, TX602,853Roosevelt, MT-161
Maricopa, AZ459,299Overton, TN-153
Miami-Dade, FL435,225Trinity, CA-117
San Diego, CA383,319Towner, ND-111
Orange, CA373,810Mahnomen, MN-109
Kings, NY337,083Mineral, NV-80
Broward, FL330,365Nance, NE-78
Clark, NV317,652Traverse, MN-78
King, WA313,786Keya Paha, NE-76


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
DeSoto, MS239.44%Loving, TX-28.24%
Lake, IN212.66%Keya Paha, NE-13.64%
Hidalgo, TX186.99%Daggett, UT-10.04%
Zapata, TX183.27%Towner, ND-8.62%
Webb, TX165.63%Jackson, TN-8.39%
Lee, MS164.66%Loup, NE-5.05%
George, MS159.52%Mahnomen, MN-4.88%
Maverick, TX158.68%Nance, NE-4.63%
Lafayette, MS158.07%Roosevelt, MT-4.18%
Hamilton, IN151.34%Traverse, MN-4.15%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Calvert, MD39.36%Harford, MD36.77%Washington, ME43.63%
Wicomico, MD41.41%Worcester, MD42.18%Aroostook, ME45.20%
Anne Arundel, MD42.62%St. Mary's, MD42.46%Somerset, ME45.38%
Dorchester, MD44.29%Frederick, MD42.80%Piscataquis, ME45.70%
Kent, MD44.45%Cecil, MD44.81%Penobscot, ME47.09%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Spokane, WA49.92%Yakima, WA49.95%Baltimore, MD14.58%
Whitman, WA49.77%Buckingham, VA49.68%Prince George's, MD10.90%
Nottoway, VA49.74%Virginia Beach, VA49.66%--
Essex, MA49.51%Nevada, CA49.59%--
Butte, CA49.27%McHenry, ND49.46%--




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