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« on: October 03, 2015, 07:56:31 pm »
« edited: October 03, 2015, 08:12:49 pm by ElectionsGuy »

To put it simply: How much population (by county) did each candidate win (in percentage)? Its as if electoral colleges were put into these states (winner take all for counties instead of states) and produced distorted results. Though some (like Maryland and Wisconsin) aren't too far off.

AL: 76.1-23.9
AK: 82.8-17.2
AZ: 81.8-18.2
AR: 79.4-20.6
CA: 83.2-16.8
CO: 64.7-35.3
CT: 94.7-5.3
DE: 78.0-22.0
DC: 100.0-0.0
FL: 53.5-46.5 (Democratic)
GA: 63.1-36.9
HI: 100.0-0.0
ID: 96.2-3.8
IL: 74.8-25.2
IN: 64.3-35.7
IA: 67.8-32.2
KS: 90.6-9.4
KY: 74.8-25.2
LA: 74.1-25.9
ME: 98.7-1.3
MD: 64.5-35.5
MI: 64.5-35.5
MN: 60.8-39.2
MS: 69.1-30.9
MO: 64.0-36.0
MT: 78.5-21.5
NE: 99.6-0.4
NV: 87.9-12.1
NH: 69.4-30.6
NJ: 75.1-24.9
NM: 73.9-26.1
NY: 92.1-7.9
NC: 50.2-49.8 (Republican)
ND: 94.6-5.4
OH: 56.7-43.3 (Democratic)
OK: 100.0-0.0
OR: 59.0-41.0
PA: 53.3-46.7 (Democratic)
RI: 100.0-0.0
SC: 69.9-30.1
SD: 91.2-8.8
TN: 74.8-25.2
TX: 52.2-47.8 (Republican)
UT: 100.0-0.0
VT: 100.0-0.0
VA: 55.4-44.6 (Democratic)
WA: 76.3-23.7
WV: 100.0-0.0
WI: 54.0-46.0 (Democratic)
WY: 96.2-3.8

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