2016 Senatorial Election Statistics
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States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R C %Margin Margin Democratic Republican CA Democratic Other
1 NH739,140120 0.14% 1,017 47.98% 47.84% 0.00% 4.17%
2 PA6,051,856210 1.43% 86,690 47.34% 48.77% 0.00% 3.89%
3 NV1,108,294120 2.43% 26,915 47.10% 44.67% 0.00% 8.23%
4 MO2,802,641210 2.79% 78,258 46.39% 49.18% 0.00% 4.42%
5 WI2,948,741210 3.36% 99,136 46.81% 50.17% 0.00% 3.02%
6 CO2,743,029120 5.66% 155,392 49.97% 44.31% 0.00% 5.72%
7 NC4,691,133210 5.70% 267,211 45.37% 51.06% 0.00% 3.57%
8 FL9,301,820210 7.67% 713,103 44.31% 51.98% 0.00% 3.70%
9 IN2,732,546210 9.70% 265,044 42.41% 52.11% 0.00% 5.48%
10 AZ2,530,730210 12.96% 328,022 40.75% 53.71% 0.00% 5.54%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R C %Margin Margin Democratic Republican CA Democratic Other
1 ND342,501210 61.51% 210,672 16.97% 78.48% 0.00% 4.55%
2 HI416,562120 51.36% 213,951 73.60% 22.24% 0.00% 4.15%
3 SD369,656210 43.66% 161,376 28.17% 71.83% 0.00% 0.00%
4 NY7,382,895120 43.44% 3,207,280 70.61% 27.16% 0.00% 2.23%
5 OK1,448,047210 43.16% 624,981 24.58% 67.74% 0.00% 7.68%
6 UT1,115,608210 41.09% 458,381 27.06% 68.15% 0.00% 4.80%
7 ID678,943210 38.41% 260,768 27.73% 66.13% 0.00% 6.14%
8 KS1,177,922210 29.94% 352,636 32.24% 62.18% 0.00% 5.59%
9 CT1,596,276120 28.57% 456,093 63.19% 34.62% 0.00% 2.19%
10 VT313,809120 28.24% 88,606 61.26% 33.03% 0.00% 5.71%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Hawaii73.60%North Dakota78.48%California38.40%
New York70.61%South Dakota71.83%Alabama0.00%
Connecticut63.19%Utah68.15%Alaska0.00%
California61.60%Oklahoma67.74%Arizona0.00%
Vermont61.26%Idaho66.13%Arkansas0.00%
LibertarianGreenIndependent
Alaska29.16%Arizona5.48%Alaska13.23%
Kansas5.58%Maryland3.30%Oregon3.05%
Indiana5.47%Oregon2.50%Oklahoma2.79%
Georgia4.16%Illinois2.14%New Hampshire2.40%
Arkansas3.96%Ohio1.64%Utah2.35%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Alaska11.62%California0.00%Wisconsin0.00%
North Dakota16.97%Hawaii22.24%Washington0.00%
Oklahoma24.58%New York27.16%Vermont0.00%
Utah27.06%Vermont33.03%Utah0.00%
Idaho27.73%Oregon33.35%South Dakota0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Ohio456,214California6,541,678
Utah275,887New York1,952,753
Oklahoma172,313New York1,639,893
Alabama133,833Illinois887,468
Kentucky121,363Florida839,704


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Alaska20.70%South Dakota56.34%
Utah12.30%California51.59%
North Dakota7.60%New Hampshire23.35%
Vermont5.18%Florida21.03%
Ohio3.43%Illinois16.68%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Florida3,890,714Louisiana-380,987
New York2,876,269
New York2,787,520
California2,244,010
Pennsylvania2,074,195


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
North Carolina76.35%Louisiana-30.12%
Utah76.01%
Florida71.90%
New York63.82%
New Hampshire62.40%


State Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
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County Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
13851,6694
21,67333154
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Congressional District Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
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Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Bronx, NY91.58%Wallace, KS92.32%Imperial, CA67.38%
Prince George's, MD87.67%Burke, ND91.94%Glenn, CA52.56%
New York, NY86.38%Haakon, SD91.92%Madera, CA51.15%
Kings, NY86.03%Slope, ND90.65%Fresno, CA50.04%
Queens, NY82.67%Logan, ND90.57%Kern, CA49.79%
LibertarianGreenIndependent
Susquehanna, PA8.92%Mohave, AZ8.69%Cleveland, OK6.02%
DeKalb, IN8.48%Greenlee, AZ8.27%Sioux, ND5.37%
Wyoming, PA8.17%La Paz, AZ7.84%Wheeler, OR4.48%
Huntington, IN8.12%Gila, AZ7.54%Malheur, OR4.28%
Cameron, PA7.94%Graham, AZ7.32%Morrow, OR4.17%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Wallace, KS4.41%Yuba, CA0.00%Wood, WI0.00%
Slope, ND5.84%Yolo, CA0.00%Winnebago, WI0.00%
Burke, ND6.26%Ventura, CA0.00%Waushara, WI0.00%
Harper, OK6.43%Tuolumne, CA0.00%Waupaca, WI0.00%
Golden Valley, ND6.49%Tulare, CA0.00%Waukesha, WI0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Los Angeles, CA1,895,675Maricopa, AZ842,425Los Angeles, CA1,218,236
Cook, IL1,499,900Cook, IL529,781Orange, CA486,783
King, WA728,113Miami-Dade, FL420,063San Diego, CA446,063
Kings, NY659,982Clark, NV303,734Riverside, CA281,437
San Diego, CA625,843Palm Beach, FL287,899San Bernardino, CA251,246
LibertarianGreenIndependent
Cook, IL53,827Maricopa, AZ79,724Salt Lake, UT11,699
Allegheny, PA28,260Cook, IL46,988Cuyahoga, OH10,938
Marion, IN20,141Kings, NY19,739Oklahoma, OK9,376
Fulton, GA17,421Pima, AZ19,403Multnomah, OR8,811
Mecklenburg, NC17,255Multnomah, OR15,866Clark, NV7,985


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanCA Democratic
Slope, ND25Yuba, CA0Wood, WI0
Clark, ID32Yolo, CA0Winnebago, WI0
Wallace, KS35Ventura, CA0Waushara, WI0
Billings, ND43Tuolumne, CA0Waupaca, WI0
Greeley, KS48Tulare, CA0Waukesha, WI0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Utah, UT75,483Los Angeles, CA1,212,578
Salt Lake, UT47,364Orange, CA734,738
Davis, UT46,972San Diego, CA690,338
Stark, OH22,772Cook, IL513,397
Harford, MD22,696Riverside, CA399,817
Horry, SC21,313Kings, NY342,837
Montgomery, OH20,702San Bernardino, CA332,015
Weber, UT20,597Kings, NY307,662
Butler, OH20,358Sacramento, CA283,174
Baldwin, AL19,432Queens, NY267,828


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Lawrence, AR46.56%Oglala Lakota, SD154.39%
Carbon, UT40.36%Todd, SD131.05%
Menifee, KY38.78%Modoc, CA109.20%
Poinsett, AR37.61%Buffalo, SD105.11%
Assumption, LA36.03%Lassen, CA98.96%
Clay, AR34.67%Sierra, CA98.37%
Harrison, OH34.26%Dewey, SD98.29%
Monroe, OH33.86%Shasta, CA96.34%
Randolph, AR32.95%Plumas, CA93.81%
Bracken, KY32.33%Tehama, CA91.88%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Los Angeles, CA813,971Jefferson, LA-41,276
Cook, IL733,205Caddo, LA-23,254
Maricopa, AZ542,925St. Tammany, LA-22,751
Miami-Dade, FL478,102Calcasieu, LA-21,891
Broward, FL398,839Lafayette, LA-19,440
Kings, NY384,625Orleans, LA-19,312
Kings, NY374,017East Baton Rouge, LA-18,057
Queens, NY327,790Rapides, LA-14,471
Queens, NY320,283Ouachita, LA-14,306
New York, NY294,982Livingston, LA-14,253


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Oglala Lakota, SD236.30%East Carroll, LA-52.51%
Osceola, FL157.25%Evangeline, LA-49.25%
Buffalo, SD135.10%St. Landry, LA-45.26%
Bronx, NY124.64%Calcasieu, LA-42.49%
Bronx, NY118.00%Livingston, LA-41.46%
Hoke, NC114.26%Assumption, LA-40.72%
Onslow, NC112.71%Rapides, LA-40.26%
Long, GA112.67%St. Mary, LA-40.18%
McKenzie, ND111.63%Terrebonne, LA-39.77%
Union, NC108.94%Tangipahoa, LA-39.74%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
DemocraticRepublican
DeKalb, IL46.80%Coos, OR45.79%
Summit, UT47.60%Curry, OR45.81%
Sullivan, NH47.65%Washoe, NV46.85%
Yamhill, OR47.92%Essex, VT46.90%
Knox, IL47.97%Vermillion, IN47.06%


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
DemocraticRepublican
Fresno, CA49.96%Russell, AL49.72%
Caddo, LA49.94%Marengo, AL49.39%
Cowlitz, WA49.84%Nicholas, KY48.77%
Woodford, KY49.70%Marion, KY48.75%
Bourbon, KY49.65%Jefferson, GA48.68%




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