2014 Gubernatorial 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 FL5,951,561123 1.08% 64,145 48.14% 47.07% 3.75% 1.04%
2 VT193,087213 1.26% 2,434 45.10% 46.36% 4.36% 4.18%
3 MA2,158,326120 1.86% 40,165 48.40% 46.54% 0.00% 5.07%
4 AK279,958203 2.22% 6,223 45.88% 0.00% 3.21% 50.91%
5 CT1,092,773210 2.56% 28,019 48.16% 50.73% 0.00% 1.11%
6 CO2,041,607213 3.34% 68,238 45.95% 49.30% 1.94% 2.81%
7 KS869,502123 3.69% 32,096 49.82% 46.13% 4.05% 0.00%
8 MD1,733,177123 3.78% 65,510 51.03% 47.25% 1.46% 0.26%
9 IL3,627,690123 3.92% 142,284 50.27% 46.35% 3.35% 0.03%
10 MI3,156,531123 4.07% 128,342 50.92% 46.86% 1.13% 1.09%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote R D L %Margin Margin Republican Democratic Libertarian Other
1 TN1,353,728127 47.47% 642,559 70.31% 22.84% 0.61% 6.23%
2 NV547,349120 46.70% 255,618 70.58% 23.88% 0.00% 5.53%
3 SD277,403120 45.03% 124,928 70.47% 25.43% 0.00% 4.10%
4 WY167,877125 32.14% 53,948 59.39% 27.25% 2.41% 10.95%
5 OH3,055,913120 30.61% 935,489 63.64% 33.03% 0.00% 3.33%
6 AL1,180,413120 27.32% 322,444 63.56% 36.24% 0.00% 0.20%
7 IA1,131,258123 21.72% 245,700 58.99% 37.27% 1.80% 1.94%
8 TX4,718,268123 20.37% 960,951 59.27% 38.90% 1.41% 0.42%
9 CA7,317,581210 19.94% 1,459,155 40.03% 59.97% 0.00% 0.00%
10 NE540,202123 17.93% 96,846 57.15% 39.23% 3.52% 0.10%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Nevada70.58%California59.97%Vermont4.36%
South Dakota70.47%Pennsylvania54.93%Idaho4.07%
Tennessee70.31%New York54.19%Kansas4.05%
Ohio63.64%New Hampshire52.37%Arizona3.80%
Alabama63.56%Connecticut50.73%Florida3.75%
IndependentGreenState1
Alaska48.10%New York4.83%Rhode Island21.38%
Hawaii11.72%Ohio3.33%Massachusetts3.33%
Maine8.43%Oregon2.01%Nevada2.88%
Wyoming5.89%Tennessee1.37%Minnesota1.58%
South Dakota4.10%Colorado1.34%Arizona1.02%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Rhode Island36.24%Alaska0.00%South Dakota0.00%
Hawaii37.08%Tennessee22.84%Rhode Island0.00%
California40.03%Nevada23.88%Pennsylvania0.00%
New York40.24%South Dakota25.43%Ohio0.00%
Oregon44.13%Wyoming27.25%New Mexico0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Ohio858,362Pennsylvania702,819
New York830,418Michigan459,172
Colorado647,406Kansas228,498
Arkansas358,866California158,068
Maryland334,152Nebraska136,456


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Arkansas44.73%Nebraska29.88%
Colorado36.57%Kansas27.38%
Nevada34.95%Pennsylvania18.84%
Ohio28.61%Rhode Island14.99%
Alaska24.49%Maine14.16%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Florida591,826California-2,777,904
Wisconsin249,482New York-838,869
Colorado248,459Ohio-796,556
Arkansas67,259Pennsylvania-491,685
Nebraska52,214Alabama-313,860


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Colorado13.86%California-27.52%
Wisconsin11.55%Nevada-23.61%
Florida11.04%Alabama-21.00%
Nebraska10.70%Ohio-20.68%
Alaska9.28%Oklahoma-20.29%


State Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
124110
212240
30017


County Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
11,7883610
23601,7851
3131,259


Congressional District Ranks
Rank RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
King, TX96.77%San Francisco, CA88.15%Wabaunsee, KS17.94%
Ochiltree, TX94.34%Philadelphia, PA88.05%Benewah, ID10.41%
Glasscock, TX94.25%Bronx, NY86.48%Morris, KS9.47%
Hansford, TX93.96%Macon, AL85.31%Big Horn, WY9.41%
Roberts, TX93.91%Prince George's, MD84.23%Fulton, IL8.14%
IndependentGreenState1
Maui, HI16.98%Tompkins, NY16.57%Bristol, RI33.05%
Hawaii, HI14.67%Albany, NY12.78%Kent, RI25.31%
Weston, WY13.02%Ulster, NY10.86%Washington, RI21.68%
Kauai, HI12.38%Columbia, NY10.50%Newport, RI19.98%
Park, WY10.46%Otsego, NY10.16%Providence, RI18.91%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Bronx, NY11.02%King, TX1.08%Ziebach, SD0.00%
San Francisco, CA11.85%Glasscock, TX3.75%Yankton, SD0.00%
Philadelphia, PA11.95%Roberts, TX4.35%Walworth, SD0.00%
New York, NY12.78%Ochiltree, TX4.40%Union, SD0.00%
Macon, AL14.64%Hansford, TX4.68%Turner, SD0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Los Angeles, CA485,186Los Angeles, CA978,142Maricopa, AZ32,466
Maricopa, AZ469,200Cook, IL870,866Cook, IL26,514
Cook, IL447,388Maricopa, AZ346,879Pinellas, FL19,804
Harris, TX349,639San Diego, CA346,419Hillsborough, FL17,971
Orange, CA344,817Philadelphia, PA333,539Polk, FL11,911
IndependentGreenState1
Honolulu, HI25,085New York, NY17,658Providence, RI32,086
Cumberland, ME12,836Kings, NY17,569Middlesex, MA15,780
Hennepin, MN10,492Cuyahoga, OH14,464Kent, RI14,937
York, ME8,361Franklin, OH13,245Washington, RI10,297
Maui, HI7,641Albany, NY11,033Hampden, MA10,285


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
RepublicanDemocraticLibertarian
Loving, TX35King, TX1Ziebach, SD0
Kenedy, TX64Loving, TX4Yankton, SD0
King, TX90Roberts, TX15Walworth, SD0
Arthur, NE143Glasscock, TX15Union, SD0
Blaine, NE157Borden, TX18Turner, SD0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Los Angeles, CA212,789Orange, CA102,105
Cuyahoga, OH124,973Erie, NY85,047
Clark, NV118,698San Diego, CA66,837
El Paso, CO99,409Allegheny, PA59,420
New York, NY94,553Johnson, KS52,411
Jefferson, CO84,903Broward, FL49,395
Franklin, OH80,251Santa Clara, CA46,292
Cook, IL77,075Oakland, MI41,924
Queens, NY76,121Montgomery, PA41,638
Suffolk, NY75,881Macomb, MI39,800


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Washington, CO72.67%Burt, NE56.04%
Prairie, AR71.41%Sherman, NE49.85%
Yuma, CO70.60%Dodge, NE48.85%
Jackson, CO70.45%Nance, NE47.86%
Kiowa, CO69.70%Cuming, NE46.29%
White, AR69.44%Colfax, NE45.06%
Cheyenne, CO66.95%Wheeler, NE44.04%
Lincoln, CO66.31%Nuckolls, NE41.23%
Kit Carson, CO65.92%Fillmore, NE41.10%
Elbert, CO65.00%Richardson, NE40.85%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Hillsborough, FL54,402Los Angeles, CA-858,224
Pinellas, FL48,474Orange, CA-259,413
Broward, FL48,362San Diego, CA-229,861
Denver, CO40,132San Bernardino, CA-148,327
Orange, FL35,738Maricopa, AZ-132,796
Palm Beach, FL35,615Riverside, CA-132,231
Miami-Dade, FL33,564Clark, NV-124,685
El Paso, CO33,424Santa Clara, CA-116,513
Dane, WI32,196Harris, TX-108,158
Polk, FL31,753Alameda, CA-104,347


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Haskell, TX172.38%Culberson, TX-55.25%
Brooks, TX78.24%Andrews, TX-45.20%
Union, FL40.02%Dickens, TX-41.05%
Starr, TX39.08%Zavala, TX-40.95%
Menominee, WI32.85%Loving, TX-39.71%
Sumter, FL31.88%Haywood, TN-37.39%
Pepin, WI31.41%Kenedy, TX-37.19%
Otoe, NE31.26%Los Angeles, CA-36.97%
Kearney, NE28.77%Stonewall, TX-36.50%
Osceola, FL28.23%Fentress, TN-36.25%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
RepublicanDemocratic
Kent, RI38.99%Washington, RI38.46%
Washington, VT45.53%Bristol, RI39.88%
Hancock, ME45.70%Providence, RI43.17%
Ulster, NY45.86%Newport, RI43.66%
Clatsop, OR46.33%Albany, NY44.60%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
RepublicanDemocratic
Carroll, NH49.88%Forest, PA49.85%
Merced, CA49.87%Jefferson, AL49.84%
Fairfield, CT49.69%McKinley, NM49.76%
Northumberland, PA49.57%Conecuh, AL49.67%
Middlesex, CT49.24%Del Norte, CA49.64%




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