1892 Presidential General Election Results - Michigan
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Vice Presidential
Popular VoteElectoral Vote
Benjamin HarrisonWhitelaw ReidRepublican 222,708 47.79%9
Grover ClevelandAdlai StevensonDemocrat 201,624 43.26%5
John BidwellJames CranfillProhibition 20,857 4.48%0
James WeaverJames FieldPeople 19,931 4.28%0
Write-ins-- 925 0.20%0
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Election Notes:
  • Figures include county returns absent from Official Canvass.
  • Includes corrected figures for Cleveland in Tuscola and Wayne Counties.
  • Electors were selected using the congressional district method (the winner in each congressional district wins one electoral vote, the winner of the state wins two electoral votes). This resulted in a split between the Republican and Democratic electors: nine for Harrison and five for Cleveland.
Demographic Data

1900 Population:2,420,982Enum.1900 Population Density:16.5persons/km2
1890 Population:0Enum.1890 Population Density:0.0persons/km2
Total Electoral Vote:14
Land Area (2000):147,121km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:0%

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Data Sources:
  • Source for Popular Vote data: Michigan Department of State, comp., "Presidential Vote in Michigan from 1836 to 1916," Michigan Official Directory and Legislative Manual 1917-1918 (Lansing, 1917)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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