1944 Presidential General Election Results - South Carolina
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Vice Presidential
Popular VoteElectoral Vote
Franklin RooseveltHarry TrumanDemocrat 90,601 87.64%8
No Candidate-Southern Dem. 7,799 7.54%0
Thomas DeweyJohn BrickerRepublican 4,610 4.46%0
Claude WatsonAndrew JohnsonProhibition 365 0.35%0
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Election Notes:
  • Dewey vote is the fusion of Republican and Republican (Tolbert Faction) Electors
Demographic Data

1950 Population:2,117,027Enum.1950 Population Density:27.1persons/km2
1940 Population:1,899,804Enum.1940 Population Density:24.4persons/km2
Total Electoral Vote:8
Land Area (2000):77,983km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:1.1%

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Data Sources:
  • Source for Popular Vote data: South Carolina Secretary of State, "Statement of the Whole Number of Votes Cast for Presidential and Vice-Presidential Electors at the General Election Held in South Carolina, on November 7th, 1944," Supplemental Report of the Secretary of State to the General Assembly of South Carolina Election November 7, 1944 (Columbia, 1945)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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