2014 Senatorial Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D L %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Libertarian Other
1 VA2,184,473213 0.81% 17,727 48.34% 49.15% 2.43% 0.08%
2 NC2,915,281123 1.56% 45,608 48.82% 47.26% 3.74% 0.18%
3 CO2,041,058123 1.94% 39,688 48.20% 46.26% 2.59% 2.94%
4 AK282,400123 2.13% 6,014 47.96% 45.83% 3.72% 2.48%
5 NH488,159210 3.24% 15,837 48.21% 51.46% 0.00% 0.33%
6 GA2,567,805123 7.68% 197,277 52.89% 45.21% 1.90% 0.00%
7 IA1,129,700124 8.34% 94,205 52.10% 43.76% 0.73% 3.41%
8 MN1,981,590214 10.24% 202,978 42.91% 53.15% 1.50% 2.45%
9 KS866,191103 10.62% 91,978 53.15% 0.00% 4.33% 42.53%
10 IL3,603,519213 10.85% 391,115 42.69% 53.55% 3.76% 0.00%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D L %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Libertarian Other
1 AL818,090100 94.50% 773,122 97.25% 0.00% 0.00% 2.75%
2 WY168,390124 54.74% 92,177 72.19% 17.45% 2.18% 8.18%
3 HI353,774213 42.07% 148,821 27.70% 69.77% 2.53% 0.00%
4 RI316,898210 41.34% 130,991 29.25% 70.58% 0.00% 0.17%
5 OK820,733120 39.46% 323,859 68.01% 28.55% 0.00% 3.44%
6 OK820,890120 38.87% 319,079 67.85% 28.98% 0.00% 3.16%
7 ME604,028120 36.96% 223,251 68.46% 31.50% 0.00% 0.04%
8 NE540,337120 32.85% 177,509 64.34% 31.49% 0.00% 4.18%
9 ID437,170120 30.66% 134,022 65.33% 34.67% 0.00% 0.00%
10 TN1,374,060128 30.00% 412,239 61.87% 31.87% 0.41% 5.85%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Alabama97.25%Rhode Island70.58%Kansas4.33%
Wyoming72.19%Hawaii69.77%Illinois3.76%
Maine68.46%Massachusetts61.87%North Carolina3.74%
Oklahoma68.01%New Jersey55.84%Alaska3.72%
Oklahoma67.85%Delaware55.83%Kentucky3.08%
IndependentGreenConstitution
Kansas42.53%Oregon2.22%Tennessee2.63%
South Dakota17.09%Arkansas1.98%Oregon1.66%
Wyoming7.90%Delaware1.95%Michigan1.20%
South Carolina3.84%West Virginia1.21%West Virginia0.57%
Oklahoma3.16%Texas1.18%Alabama0.00%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Hawaii27.70%Kansas0.00%South Carolina0.00%
Rhode Island29.25%Alabama0.00%Oklahoma0.00%
Oregon36.87%Wyoming17.45%South Dakota0.00%
Massachusetts37.98%Oklahoma28.55%Rhode Island0.00%
Michigan41.33%Oklahoma28.98%Oklahoma0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Illinois1,704,108Tennessee400,002
Virginia1,122,770Oregon216,457
Michigan982,579Minnesota202,666
Arkansas949,323Mississippi146,154
Massachusetts547,936South Carolina93,905


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Arkansas96.60%Oregon15.51%
Alabama70.41%Minnesota10.23%
Montana63.49%Tennessee3.50%
West Virginia55.12%Mississippi0.86%
South Dakota45.84%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Texas-3,263,717
Michigan-1,726,845
Illinois-1,726,365
New Jersey-1,612,910
Virginia-1,458,821


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Alabama-60.29%
Mississippi-49.33%
Mississippi-49.19%
New Jersey-46.32%
Tennessee-43.33%


State Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
124120
212220
30016


County Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
11,9624490
24511,7812
31111,264


Congressional District Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Covington, AL99.28%Petersburg, VA87.76%Graham, NC8.38%
Fayette, AL99.10%Orleans, LA84.87%Swain, NC8.12%
Cullman, AL99.09%Clayton, GA84.01%Woodson, KS7.97%
Chilton, AL99.09%Shannon, SD81.47%Elk, KS7.93%
Winston, AL99.08%Taos, NM81.11%Alleghany, NC7.85%
IndependentGreenConstitution
Douglas, KS67.05%Brooks, TX6.97%Putnam, TN9.05%
Wyandotte, KS63.63%Webb, TX6.86%Gibson, TN6.79%
Shawnee, KS53.09%Gilmer, WV4.74%Jackson, TN6.33%
Johnson, KS48.19%Maverick, TX4.22%Humphreys, TN6.22%
Lyon, KS47.71%Pecos, TX4.07%Obion, TN5.51%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Shannon, SD8.09%Wyandotte, KS0.00%York, SC0.00%
Petersburg, VA10.88%Woodson, KS0.00%Williamsburg, SC0.00%
Clayton, GA14.86%Wilson, KS0.00%Union, SC0.00%
Orleans, LA15.13%Wichita, KS0.00%Sumter, SC0.00%
Multnomah, OR18.27%Washington, KS0.00%Spartanburg, SC0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Harris, TX362,887Cook, IL945,635Cook, IL42,116
Cook, IL345,255Wayne, MI360,641Harris, TX16,136
Tarrant, TX220,424Middlesex, MA337,553Travis, TX12,346
Dallas, TX187,981Harris, TX281,407DuPage, IL11,164
Oakland, MI179,474Hennepin, MN278,240Tarrant, TX10,398
IndependentGreenConstitution
Johnson, KS92,849Multnomah, OR9,512Wayne, MI5,387
Sedgwick, KS62,527Harris, TX8,012Macomb, MI4,101
Shawnee, KS32,770Travis, TX5,922Oakland, MI3,873
Douglas, KS25,315Dallas, TX4,091Multnomah, OR2,668
Wyandotte, KS17,938Bexar, TX4,077Shelby, TN2,638


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Loving, TX34Wyandotte, KS0York, SC0
Kenedy, TX59Woodson, KS0Williamsburg, SC0
King, TX87Wilson, KS0Union, SC0
Buffalo, SD105Wichita, KS0Sumter, SC0
Arthur, NE144Washington, KS0Spartanburg, SC0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Cook, IL681,533Knox, TN45,641
Wayne, MI278,981Washington, OR32,110
Fairfax, VA135,131Hennepin, MN28,067
Harris, TX120,405Clackamas, OR23,994
Oakland, MI109,498Dakota, MN21,754
Pulaski, AR104,528Rankin, MS20,373
Middlesex, MA102,478Williamson, TN19,012
DuPage, IL100,951Lexington, SC18,865
Macomb, MI93,024Hamilton, TN17,835
Will, IL89,009DeSoto, MS17,651


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Greene, AL156.37%Prentiss, MS43.50%
Macon, AL154.57%Cocke, TN31.74%
Sumter, AL142.82%Jones, MS29.44%
Lowndes, AL138.51%Gilliam, OR28.24%
Bullock, AL138.36%Wheeler, OR27.39%
Perry, AL136.87%Prentiss, MS26.77%
Wilcox, AL134.74%Grant, OR26.65%
White, AR123.30%Wallowa, OR26.50%
Polk, AR123.06%Umatilla, OR26.44%
Dallas, AL122.46%Lake, OR25.59%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Magoffin, KY1,717Cook, IL-705,379
Martin, KY515Harris, TX-482,712
Owsley, KY493Wayne, MI-358,345
Cumberland, KY315Dallas, TX-322,710
Monroe, KY127Tarrant, TX-250,957
Menifee, KY106Jefferson, AL-217,620
Clinton, KY80Bexar, TX-216,945
Adair, KY44Hennepin, MN-207,900
Cleburne, AR36Fairfax, VA-203,604
Metcalfe, KY21Oakland, MI-197,732


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Magoffin, KY37.14%Macon, AL-88.14%
Owsley, KY30.39%Greene, AL-87.17%
Martin, KY14.21%Bullock, AL-82.72%
Cumberland, KY11.82%Sumter, AL-81.70%
Menifee, KY4.29%Perry, AL-81.54%
Monroe, KY2.79%Lowndes, AL-80.01%
Clinton, KY1.98%Wilcox, AL-75.72%
Adair, KY0.62%Dallas, AL-74.83%
Metcalfe, KY0.52%Russell, AL-72.75%
Cleburne, AR0.37%Hale, AL-72.32%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Aurora, SD41.59%Marshall, SD39.51%Shawnee, KS53.09%
Jerauld, SD42.67%Day, SD40.97%Wyandotte, KS63.63%
Corson, SD43.09%Roberts, SD42.49%Douglas, KS67.05%
Moody, SD43.94%Mellette, SD44.46%--
Brown, SD44.62%Clay, SD44.51%--


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Harding, NM49.61%Latah, ID49.94%Johnson, KS48.19%
St. Bernard, LA49.35%East Feliciana, LA49.84%Lyon, KS47.71%
Assumption, LA49.34%Red River, LA49.25%Riley, KS46.49%
St. Landry, LA49.32%Wilkinson, GA49.14%Sedgwick, KS43.92%
Blaine, MT49.20%Dillon, SC49.04%Jefferson, KS43.83%




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