1998 Presidential General Election Data Graphs - Colorado
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Adams52.4%
 
44.9%
 
Other2.7%
 


Alamosa48.7%
 
49.0%
 
Other2.3%
 


Arapahoe46.4%
 
51.6%
 
Other2.0%
 


Archuleta33.0%
 
63.0%
 
Other4.0%
 


Baca35.4%
 
62.1%
 
Other2.6%
 


Bent46.0%
 
52.5%
 
Other1.5%
 


Boulder60.0%
 
37.5%
 
Other2.5%
 


Chaffee46.4%
 
51.4%
 
Other2.2%
 


Cheyenne27.7%
 
69.4%
 
Other2.8%
 


Clear Creek49.9%
 
46.1%
 
Other4.0%
 


Conejos49.3%
 
48.6%
 
Other2.1%
 


Costilla64.1%
 
32.0%
 
Other4.0%
 


Crowley39.1%
 
58.8%
 
Other2.1%
 


Custer29.2%
 
67.5%
 
Other3.3%
 


Delta36.3%
 
60.7%
 
Other3.0%
 


Denver65.0%
 
32.7%
 
Other2.3%
 


Dolores43.5%
 
52.6%
 
Other3.9%
 


Douglas35.8%
 
62.7%
 
Other1.5%
 


Eagle52.6%
 
44.5%
 
Other2.9%
 


Elbert32.6%
 
64.3%
 
Other3.1%
 


El Paso35.7%
 
61.2%
 
Other3.1%
 


Fremont40.1%
 
57.5%
 
Other2.4%
 


Garfield47.4%
 
46.6%
 
Other6.0%
 


Gilpin51.4%
 
43.4%
 
Other5.2%
 


Grand44.3%
 
52.4%
 
Other3.4%
 


Gunnison61.0%
 
34.5%
 
Other4.5%
 


Hinsdale41.3%
 
55.8%
 
Other2.9%
 


Huerfano58.1%
 
40.1%
 
Other1.8%
 


Jackson33.2%
 
62.9%
 
Other3.8%
 


Jefferson47.2%
 
50.3%
 
Other2.6%
 


Kiowa32.1%
 
66.4%
 
Other1.5%
 


Kit Carson33.6%
 
64.8%
 
Other1.6%
 


Lake59.6%
 
36.1%
 
Other4.3%
 


La Plata49.9%
 
46.9%
 
Other3.2%
 


Larimer45.8%
 
51.8%
 
Other2.4%
 


Las Animas57.4%
 
40.2%
 
Other2.4%
 


Lincoln34.0%
 
64.7%
 
Other1.2%
 


Logan40.1%
 
58.0%
 
Other1.8%
 


Mesa43.2%
 
54.0%
 
Other2.8%
 


Mineral48.3%
 
47.8%
 
Other3.9%
 


Moffat35.8%
 
61.5%
 
Other2.7%
 


Montezuma40.6%
 
56.7%
 
Other2.6%
 


Montrose38.1%
 
59.3%
 
Other2.5%
 


Morgan42.2%
 
55.9%
 
Other1.9%
 


Otero41.9%
 
56.1%
 
Other2.0%
 


Ouray41.8%
 
55.0%
 
Other3.2%
 


Park40.3%
 
55.7%
 
Other4.0%
 


Phillips35.6%
 
62.5%
 
Other1.9%
 


Pitkin67.9%
 
28.3%
 
Other3.7%
 


Prowers38.6%
 
60.3%
 
Other1.1%
 


Pueblo56.8%
 
41.6%
 
Other1.6%
 


Rio Blanco30.7%
 
66.8%
 
Other2.6%
 


Rio Grande41.6%
 
56.3%
 
Other2.1%
 


Routt55.2%
 
41.6%
 
Other3.2%
 


Saguache54.3%
 
41.6%
 
Other4.1%
 


San Juan47.0%
 
46.4%
 
Other6.5%
 


San Miguel62.9%
 
31.7%
 
Other5.4%
 


Sedgwick43.9%
 
54.2%
 
Other1.9%
 


Summit56.5%
 
40.4%
 
Other3.2%
 


Teller34.0%
 
62.8%
 
Other3.2%
 


Washington29.1%
 
68.2%
 
Other2.6%
 


Weld43.0%
 
54.9%
 
Other2.1%
 


Yuma36.7%
 
61.2%
 
Other2.1%
 



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