2022 Senatorial Election Statistics
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Below are tables of statistics showing various data relating to the 2022 Presidential Election Results. These include state and county-level statistics for total votes, percentage of vote, vote swing, margin of victory, etc.

States with the Smallest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R I %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Independent Other
1 AK260,203310 0.17% 449 11.20% 44.49% 0.00% 44.32%
2 AK261,705310 0.77% 2,015 10.37% 43.37% 0.00% 46.26%
3 NV1,020,850124 0.78% 7,928 48.81% 48.04% 0.79% 2.36%
4 GA3,935,924120 0.96% 37,675 49.44% 48.49% 0.00% 2.07%
5 WI2,652,477210 1.01% 26,718 49.41% 50.41% 0.00% 0.18%
6 GA3,534,228120 2.70% 95,454 51.35% 48.65% 0.00% 0.00%
7 NC3,773,924210 3.23% 121,737 47.27% 50.50% 0.00% 2.23%
8 AZ2,574,631120 4.88% 125,719 51.35% 46.47% 0.00% 2.19%
9 PA5,366,538120 4.90% 263,114 51.24% 46.34% 0.00% 2.42%
10 OH4,032,750210 6.56% 264,675 46.70% 53.26% 0.00% 0.04%


States with the Largest Margin of Victory
StateTotal Vote D R I %Margin Margin Democratic Republican Independent Other
1 HI408,517120 45.17% 184,536 71.21% 26.04% 0.00% 2.76%
2 LA1,383,290219 43.71% 604,635 17.85% 61.56% 0.39% 20.20%
3 SD348,020210 43.48% 151,309 26.15% 69.63% 0.00% 4.22%
4 VT287,100120 40.44% 116,104 68.47% 28.03% 0.00% 3.50%
5 AL1,414,238210 35.74% 505,408 30.88% 66.62% 0.00% 2.50%
6 AR901,302210 34.64% 312,246 31.09% 65.73% 0.00% 3.18%
7 OK1,150,732213 32.20% 370,590 32.10% 64.30% 1.82% 1.78%
8 ID590,890213 31.94% 188,731 28.74% 60.68% 8.45% 2.14%
9 MD2,002,336120 31.69% 634,604 65.77% 34.07% 0.00% 0.16%
10 ND240,140213 31.43% 75,479 24.98% 56.41% 18.49% 0.11%


States with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Hawaii71.21%South Dakota69.63%Utah42.74%
Vermont68.47%Alabama66.62%North Dakota18.49%
Maryland65.77%Arkansas65.73%Idaho8.45%
California61.06%Oklahoma64.30%Oklahoma1.82%
Connecticut57.45%South Carolina62.88%Oklahoma1.48%
LibertarianState1Green
South Dakota4.22%Alaska46.30%Oregon1.22%
Indiana3.43%Alaska44.32%Hawaii1.01%
Arkansas3.18%Alaska42.60%North Carolina0.79%
Utah2.95%Louisiana13.22%Pennsylvania0.57%
Kansas2.95%Oregon1.91%Alabama0.00%


States with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Utah0.00%Hawaii26.04%Wisconsin0.00%
Alaska0.00%Vermont28.03%Washington0.00%
Alaska10.37%Maryland34.07%Vermont0.00%
Alaska11.20%California38.94%South Dakota0.00%
Louisiana17.85%Oregon40.92%South Carolina0.00%


States with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
California5,143,204Ohio856,980
New York2,459,479Georgia631,534
Florida560,309Georgia573,755
Louisiana416,260Arizona453,741
Connecticut268,172Pennsylvania349,804


States with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
California39.47%North Dakota30.08%
New York30.18%Arizona17.84%
Louisiana22.40%Oklahoma16.63%
Alaska20.97%Georgia16.45%
Connecticut13.66%Georgia14.71%


States with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Louisiana499,283New York-1,715,148
Arizona43,901Florida-1,543,694
Georgia37,319California-1,400,623
Illinois-1,399,820
Ohio-1,341,420


States with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Louisiana56.48%Alabama-32.25%
Arizona1.73%Indiana-31.93%
Georgia0.96%North Dakota-29.89%
Maryland-26.55%
Missouri-26.43%


State Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
116220
218161
3203


County Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
13231,9683
21,89532557
3461211


Congressional District Ranks
Rank DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
1000
2000
3000


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Prince George's, MD91.04%Wallace, KS91.94%Summit, UT60.54%
Baltimore, MD90.15%Ness, KS91.73%Salt Lake, UT57.32%
Clayton, GA89.13%Brantley, GA91.52%Grand, UT52.14%
Clayton, GA87.45%Cleburne, AL91.49%Davis, UT42.66%
DeKalb, GA86.75%Glascock, GA91.41%Weber, UT40.56%
San Francisco, CA85.65%Winston, AL91.40%Wasatch, UT40.32%
New York, NY84.95%Sheridan, KS91.07%Cache, UT37.10%
DeKalb, GA84.27%Marion, AL91.05%Utah, UT35.05%
St. Louis, MO83.00%Holmes, FL90.86%Tooele, UT33.92%
Philadelphia, PA82.71%Echols, GA90.73%Emmons, ND33.59%
LibertarianState1Green
Morgan, IN8.82%Orleans, LA32.89%Swain, NC1.65%
Jones, SD7.74%St. Helena, LA20.48%Benton, OR1.49%
Hancock, IN7.48%West Feliciana, LA19.50%Wheeler, OR1.49%
Jackson, SD7.45%East Baton Rouge, LA17.88%Maui, HI1.38%
Putnam, IN7.24%East Carroll, LA16.09%Multnomah, OR1.38%
Shelby, IN7.08%Caddo, LA15.80%Grant, OR1.34%
Mellette, SD7.05%Avoyelles, LA15.65%Hood River, OR1.33%
Butte, SD7.02%Jefferson, LA15.52%Lane, OR1.33%
Perkins, SD6.94%Natchitoches, LA14.57%Kauai, HI1.33%
Ziebach, SD6.93%Lincoln, LA14.55%Madison, NC1.32%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Weber, UT0.00%Prince George's, MD8.79%Worth, GA0.00%
Wayne, UT0.00%Baltimore, MD9.66%Wilkinson, GA0.00%
Washington, UT0.00%Clayton, GA10.87%Wilkes, GA0.00%
Wasatch, UT0.00%Clayton, GA11.26%Wilcox, GA0.00%
Utah, UT0.00%DeKalb, GA13.25%Whitfield, GA0.00%


Counties with Highest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Los Angeles, CA1,670,306Los Angeles, CA715,913Salt Lake, UT218,495
Cook, IL1,080,175Maricopa, AZ710,491Utah, UT72,238
Maricopa, AZ809,573Orange, CA489,185Davis, UT52,806
King, WA668,692San Diego, CA432,027Weber, UT31,265
San Diego, CA586,284Miami-Dade, FL386,251Washington, UT17,786
Orange, CA479,494Cook, IL341,447Ada, ID17,551
Philadelphia, PA412,841Suffolk, NY305,248Cache, UT15,580
Kings, NY398,150Clark, NV304,133Summit, UT12,325
Alameda, CA383,300Riverside, CA296,687Burleigh, ND8,952
Santa Clara, CA383,152Palm Beach, FL267,715Tooele, UT7,487
LibertarianState1Green
Maricopa, AZ31,099Orleans, LA36,498Multnomah, OR5,018
Cook, IL20,282East Baton Rouge, LA24,508Wake, NC4,085
Salt Lake, UT13,902Jefferson, LA18,343Mecklenburg, NC3,216
Marion, IN8,963St. Tammany, LA11,821Washington, OR3,192
Cobb, GA8,472Caddo, LA10,486Philadelphia, PA2,532
Fulton, GA7,854Multnomah, OR9,153Montgomery, PA2,502
Pima, AZ7,544Clark, NV8,216Lane, OR2,423
Gwinnett, GA7,324Lafayette, LA6,967Allegheny, PA2,343
Johnson, KS6,959Ouachita, LA5,777Honolulu, HI2,334
El Paso, CO6,892Washington, OR5,539Clackamas, OR2,260


Counties with Lowest Number of Votes
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Weber, UT0Clark, ID161Worth, GA0
Wayne, UT0San Juan, CO164Wilkinson, GA0
Washington, UT0Buffalo, SD173Wilkes, GA0
Wasatch, UT0Sioux, ND176Wilcox, GA0
Utah, UT0Slope, ND226Whitfield, GA0
Uintah, UT0Alpine, CA240White, GA0
Tooele, UT0Menominee, WI264Wheeler, GA0
Summit, UT0Hinsdale, CO272Webster, GA0
Sevier, UT0Taliaferro, GA284Wayne, GA0
Sanpete, UT0Taliaferro, GA310Washington, GA0


Counties with Largest Vote Swing
RepublicanDemocratic
Los Angeles, CA941,282Maricopa, AZ338,872
Orange, CA565,150Fulton, GA110,094
San Diego, CA471,586Fulton, GA98,980
Riverside, CA346,585Franklin, OH91,025
San Bernardino, CA308,714Hamilton, OH89,295
Queens, NY300,616Pima, AZ88,991
Kings, NY298,054Cobb, GA88,504
Cook, IL231,391Cobb, GA85,988
Sacramento, CA217,846Oklahoma, OK80,782
Suffolk, NY209,580Gwinnett, GA77,803


Counties with Largest Vote Swing Percentage
RepublicanDemocratic
Lassen, CA114.63%Cass, ND39.13%
Modoc, CA111.63%Wells, ND35.62%
Tehama, CA98.76%Burleigh, ND35.39%
Shasta, CA95.08%Stutsman, ND35.38%
Amador, CA93.33%Sheridan, ND33.59%
Calaveras, CA91.49%Henry, GA33.57%
Sierra, CA91.10%Morton, ND33.45%
Glenn, CA90.40%Pierce, ND32.57%
Tuolumne, CA88.01%Delaware, OH32.19%
Plumas, CA86.00%Ward, ND31.63%


Counties with Largest Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
St. Tammany, LA40,885Los Angeles, CA-727,692
Jefferson, LA40,191Cook, IL-688,654
Placer, CA38,258Miami-Dade, FL-258,282
Orleans, LA32,991Queens, NY-248,666
Lafayette, LA27,558Kings, NY-246,534
Maricopa, AZ26,881New York, NY-221,411
Calcasieu, LA24,045Broward, FL-221,036
East Baton Rouge, LA22,413Bronx, NY-187,830
Livingston, LA22,148Philadelphia, PA-186,014
Ascension, LA20,040Cuyahoga, OH-180,973


Counties with Largest Percentage Change in Total Votes
IncreasingDecreasing
Evangeline, LA124.79%Sioux, ND-51.01%
St. Bernard, LA114.27%Bronx, NY-49.99%
Livingston, LA110.06%Vermilion, IL-48.70%
Beauregard, LA98.61%Allendale, SC-46.72%
Ascension, LA96.64%Madison, ID-46.32%
Vernon, LA93.94%Pemiscot, MO-45.06%
Grant, LA91.67%Mississippi, MO-42.86%
Allen, LA90.34%Bullock, AL-41.72%
Tangipahoa, LA87.44%Williams, ND-41.18%
Washington, LA86.69%Macon, AL-40.35%


Counties with Lowest Percent of Vote and Win
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Orleans, LA41.19%St. John the Baptist, LA38.28%Grand, UT52.14%
Rolette, ND46.41%East Carroll, LA42.01%Salt Lake, UT57.32%
Grand, CO48.99%East Baton Rouge, LA45.98%Summit, UT60.54%
Washington, NC49.13%Ada, ID47.46%--
Winnebago, IL49.27%Essex, VT47.97%--


Counties with Highest Percent of Vote and Lose
DemocraticRepublicanIndependent
Whitman, WA49.81%Montgomery, OH49.87%Davis, UT42.66%
Hampton, SC49.75%Baldwin, GA49.45%Weber, UT40.56%
Door, WI49.71%Sauk, WI49.43%Wasatch, UT40.32%
Rensselaer, NY49.68%Washington, GA49.41%Cache, UT37.10%
Fayette, GA49.54%Dutchess, NY49.41%Utah, UT35.05%




National Results for 2022

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