2014 presidential voting results

US Census Bureau Results

Table 398. Resident Population of Voting-Age and Percent Casting Votes–States
[209,787 represents 209,787,000. As of November. Estimated population, 18 years old and over. Includes Armed Forces stationed in each state, aliens, and institutional population]
State Percent casting votes for —
Presidential electors U.S. Representatives
2000 2004 2008 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010
  United States 50.3 55.7 57.1 47.1 34.8 51.6 36.1 53.3 37.0
Alabama 50.0 55.3 59.2 43.2 37.8 52.7 32.8 52.3 37.5
Alaska 65.3 65.8 64.3 62.8 50.1 63.1 47.6 62.5 48.6
Arizona 40.4 47.6 48.0 38.7 29.8 44.2 32.8 45.1 35.7
Arkansas 46.1 51.1 50.3 31.7 34.0 38.3 36.0 36.4 35.1
California 44.4 47.6 49.9 42.2 28.5 44.6 31.3 45.4 34.5
Colorado 54.1 61.8 64.5 50.4 41.6 59.1 43.0 61.3 46.4
Connecticut 56.8 60.0 61.3 51.1 38.0 54.3 40.5 56.8 41.3
Delaware 55.4 59.9 61.6 52.9 37.6 56.8 38.8 57.6 44.2
District of Columbia 44.2 49.1 55.7 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X)
Florida 48.1 56.6 58.5 40.4 29.2 41.8 27.5 51.7 34.6
Georgia 42.7 50.4 55.0 39.9 30.4 45.2 30.2 51.2 34.3
Hawaii 40.1 44.7 45.7 37.1 38.4 43.4 34.3 45.7 34.1
Idaho 54.0 59.3 58.9 53.0 41.9 56.7 41.8 57.4 39.3
Illinois 51.6 56.0 57.2 47.8 36.8 53.0 36.3 54.3 38.1
Indiana 48.7 53.2 57.4 47.8 33.3 52.1 35.4 55.8 35.8
Iowa 61.6 67.6 67.4 58.1 45.8 65.4 45.9 64.9 47.7
Kansas 54.2 58.5 58.9 52.3 41.4 56.9 41.0 57.6 39.3
Kentucky 50.6 57.0 55.8 47.0 35.3 51.9 39.0 53.5 40.8
Louisiana 54.3 58.6 58.9 37.0 34.8 37.9 28.9 31.4 30.3
Maine 66.8 72.8 70.0 65.4 49.7 69.8 52.0 68.0 53.6
Maryland 51.2 57.3 61.2 48.7 40.8 54.2 40.2 58.1 41.3
Massachusetts 56.2 58.9 60.8 56.2 45.0 58.9 44.8 60.8 43.4
Michigan 57.5 64.1 65.7 55.3 41.0 61.4 48.0 63.2 42.4
Minnesota 66.9 74.3 73.3 64.9 59.0 71.5 56.1 70.6 52.0
Mississippi 47.9 53.7 59.4 47.6 32.4 52.6 28.1 58.2 35.7
Missouri 56.5 63.0 64.7 55.7 43.6 61.5 47.4 62.4 42.1
Montana 61.0 63.8 65.6 61.0 48.3 63.0 55.9 64.3 47.1
Nebraska 55.2 60.0 60.1 54.1 37.1 59.0 45.3 58.1 35.5
Nevada 40.6 48.0 49.9 39.1 31.2 45.8 31.1 46.8 34.5
New Hampshire 61.2 68.9 69.2 59.8 46.2 66.2 39.9 65.6 43.7
New Jersey 50.3 55.6 58.5 47.1 31.2 50.6 32.7 52.0 31.5
New Mexico 45.6 54.3 56.1 44.8 32.4 53.3 38.9 55.0 38.7
New York 48.6 50.7 51.4 48.6 32.4 50.7 31.6 51.4 31.5
North Carolina 47.7 54.3 61.5 45.5 35.7 52.9 29.0 60.3 36.7
North Dakota 59.9 63.9 63.5 59.4 48.0 63.5 44.1 63.0 45.2
Ohio 55.5 65.1 64.9 54.1 36.9 60.0 45.5 61.1 43.4
Oklahoma 48.2 55.6 53.4 42.4 38.5 52.2 33.8 48.9 28.1
Oregon 59.4 67.4 62.8 55.7 46.6 65.0 48.2 57.8 48.2
Pennsylvania 52.4 60.5 61.5 48.6 35.1 54.1 41.6 59.2 39.9
Rhode Island 51.0 53.0 57.3 47.9 40.2 48.7 45.3 53.2 40.5
South Carolina 45.9 51.0 56.0 43.9 31.9 45.4 33.0 54.7 37.8
South Dakota 57.2 67.2 63.0 56.9 59.8 67.4 56.4 62.5 52.2
Tennessee 48.2 54.3 54.7 43.1 34.8 49.5 37.1 48.5 32.1
Texas 42.6 45.9 46.1 39.8 27.5 43.1 24.6 42.9 26.0
Utah 50.6 55.2 50.7 49.8 34.8 54.1 32.0 49.9 33.8
Vermont 63.6 65.2 66.0 61.3 47.8 63.6 54.0 60.5 48.0
Virginia 51.1 56.4 62.5 45.2 27.5 53.1 39.5 58.7 35.6
Washington 56.6 61.3 60.6 54.2 38.3 58.6 42.5 58.2 48.2
West Virginia 46.1 53.5 50.0 41.2 28.4 51.1 32.0 45.2 35.1
Wisconsin 64.9 71.9 69.2 62.6 40.1 67.7 48.6 64.4 49.2
Wyoming 58.5 64.1 63.1 58.1 48.9 62.9 50.4 61.8 44.6
SYMBOL:
X Not applicable.
FOOTNOTES:
\1 As of July 1. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, “Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Sex and Age for States: April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2009,” (SC-EST2009-02), June 2010.
\2 Based on results of the 2000 Census.
Source: Except as noted, U.S. House of Representatives, Office of the Clerk, Statistics of the Presidential and Congressional Election, 2010, biennial.