Election 2016: results by state

Results of the 2016 presidential elections in the United States

Election 2016: results by state This graph shows the results of the 2016 presidential elections in the United States. Donald Trump has won the election with 306 votes in the electoral college. In the contested state of Florida he captured 49 percent of the vote.
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Results of the 2016 presidential elections in the United States

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Hillary ClintonDonald Trump
Alabama 34.7%62.7%
Alaska 37.6%52.8%
Arizona 45.5%49%
Arkansas 33.7%60.6%
California 62.3%31.9%
Colorado 48.2%43.3%
Connecticut 54.7%41%
Delaware 53.4%41.9%
District of Columbia 92.8%4.2%
Florida 47.8%49%
Georgia 45.9%51%
Hawaii 62.2%30%
Idaho 27.5%59.3%
Illinois 56%38.9%
Indiana 37.9%57.2%
Iowa 42.2%51.7%
Kansas 36.3%57%
Kentucky 32.7%62.5%
Louisiana 38.4%58.1%
Maine 48%45%
Maryland 61.3%34.5%
Massachusetts 61%33.3%
Michigan 47.4%47.6%
Minnesota 46.9%45.3%
Mississippi 40.1%57.9%
Missouri 38.2%56.9%
Montana 35.9%56.5%
Nebraska 34.4%59.9%
Nevada 47.9%45.5%
New Hampshire 47.6%47.2%
New Jersey 55.5%41.4%
New Mexico 48.3%40%
New York 59.5%36.8%
North Carolina 46.8%50.5%
North Dakota 27.7%64.1%
Ohio 43.7%51.8%
Oklahoma 28.9%65.3%
Oregon 52%40.6%
Pennsylvania 47.9%48.6%
Rhode Island 55.5%39.7%
South Carolina 40.7%54.9%
South Dakota 31.7%61.5%
Tennessee 34.9%61.1%
Texas 43.5%52.5%
Utah 27.5%45.5%
Vermont 61.1%32.6%
Virginia 50.2%44.8%
Washington 54.3%38.1%
West Virginia 26.5%68.6%
Wisconsin 47%47.8%
Wyoming 22.5%70.1%
Hillary ClintonDonald Trump
Alabama 34.7%62.7%
Alaska 37.6%52.8%
Arizona 45.5%49%
Arkansas 33.7%60.6%
California 62.3%31.9%
Colorado 48.2%43.3%
Connecticut 54.7%41%
Delaware 53.4%41.9%
District of Columbia 92.8%4.2%
Florida 47.8%49%
Georgia 45.9%51%
Hawaii 62.2%30%
Idaho 27.5%59.3%
Illinois 56%38.9%
Indiana 37.9%57.2%
Iowa 42.2%51.7%
Kansas 36.3%57%
Kentucky 32.7%62.5%
Louisiana 38.4%58.1%
Maine 48%45%
Maryland 61.3%34.5%
Massachusetts 61%33.3%
Michigan 47.4%47.6%
Minnesota 46.9%45.3%
Mississippi 40.1%57.9%
Missouri 38.2%56.9%
Montana 35.9%56.5%
Nebraska 34.4%59.9%
Nevada 47.9%45.5%
New Hampshire 47.6%47.2%
New Jersey 55.5%41.4%
New Mexico 48.3%40%
New York 59.5%36.8%
North Carolina 46.8%50.5%
North Dakota 27.7%64.1%
Ohio 43.7%51.8%
Oklahoma 28.9%65.3%
Oregon 52%40.6%
Pennsylvania 47.9%48.6%
Rhode Island 55.5%39.7%
South Carolina 40.7%54.9%
South Dakota 31.7%61.5%
Tennessee 34.9%61.1%
Texas 43.5%52.5%
Utah 27.5%45.5%
Vermont 61.1%32.6%
Virginia 50.2%44.8%
Washington 54.3%38.1%
West Virginia 26.5%68.6%
Wisconsin 47%47.8%
Wyoming 22.5%70.1%
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This graph shows the results of the 2016 presidential elections in the United States. Donald Trump has won the election with 306 votes in the electoral college. In the contested state of Florida he captured 49 percent of the vote.
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