Longest voting streak by each state in U.S. presidential elections 1789-2020

Number of times each state consecutively voted for the same party during their longest streak in U.S. presidential elections from 1789 to 2020

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United States

Survey time period

1789 to 2016

Supplementary notes

This data does not include uncast ballots, or ballots from faithless electors. In cases where the vote was split, the candidate with the most electoral votes was considered the winner.

*Current streak.

**Voted for George Washington in 1789 and 1792, and then the Federalist candidate in the following six elections. Although Washington's views and policies were mostly aligned with those of the Federalist Party, he was officially unaffiliated, therefore these have not been counted as one voting streak.

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