1912 Presidential General Election Results - South Carolina
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Vice Presidential
Popular VoteElectoral Vote
Woodrow WilsonThomas MarshallDemocrat 48,357 95.94%9
Theodore RooseveltHiram JohnsonProgressive 1,293 2.57%0
William TaftNicholas ButlerRepublican 536 1.06%0
Eugene DebsEmil SeidelSocialist 164 0.33%0
Write-ins-- 55 0.11%0
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Demographic Data

1920 Population:1,683,724Enum.1920 Population Density:21.6persons/km2
1910 Population:1,515,400Enum.1910 Population Density:19.4persons/km2
Total Electoral Vote:9
Land Area (2000):77,983km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:1.1%

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  • 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 November 3, 1912 as Appears from Certified Returns of County Boards of Canvassers," Report of the Secretary of State to the General Assembly of South Carolina for the Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 1912 and Ending December 31, 1912 Part II (Columbia, 1913)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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