U.S.A Elections Condensed 1912-2018

Which states are battleground states? What results might there be if we condensed 100+ years of election results?

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Majority: 270 of 538 electoral votes

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Democrat

923,245,938 votes - 47.5%
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Republican

935,317,860 votes - 48.1%
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923,245,938 Votes 935,317,860 Votes 85,077,485 Votes vs
Alabama (AL) Alabama AL 13 12 10,276,962 12,788,540 1,973,322 R
Alaska (AK) Alaska AK 1 14 1,074,200 1,666,876 279,254 R
Arizona (AZ) Arizona AZ 8 19 8,906,875 10,991,960 1,052,015 R
Arkansas (AR) Arkansas AR 17 9 7,295,127 7,259,450 725,968 D
California (CA) California CA 15 12 91,957,678 80,258,347 8,809,909 D
Colorado (CO) Colorado CO 10 17 12,789,686 13,903,555 1,529,178 R
Connecticut (CT) Connecticut CT 14 13 14,397,812 13,607,529 1,247,176 D
Delaware (DE) Delaware DE 14 13 2,877,417 2,644,110 215,396 D
District of Columbia (DC) District of Columbia DC 13 0 282,830 12,723 9,164 D
Florida (FL) Florida FL 14 13 36,100,446 39,471,312 3,239,101 R
Georgia (GA) Georgia GA 16 10 17,694,064 17,909,857 1,519,839 R
Hawaii (HI) Hawaii HI 13 2 2,841,900 1,963,626 216,506 D
Idaho (ID) Idaho ID 8 19 3,219,242 5,295,938 604,307 R
Illinois (IL) Illinois IL 15 12 55,334,637 53,029,849 4,200,432 D
Indiana (IN) Indiana IN 5 22 22,385,427 27,730,260 1,925,431 R
Iowa (IA) Iowa IA 11 16 14,498,628 15,960,239 1,436,183 R
Kansas (KS) Kansas KS 5 22 9,350,764 13,716,014 1,200,195 R
Kentucky (KY) Kentucky KY 13 14 14,319,006 16,102,171 1,016,166 R
Louisiana (LA) Louisiana LA 14 11 12,241,697 12,950,215 1,651,648 R
Maine (ME) Maine ME 10 18 6,139,737 6,297,585 677,851 R
Maryland (MD) Maryland MD 18 9 17,947,797 14,573,546 1,254,326 D
Massachusetts (MA) Massachusetts MA 20 7 32,113,167 24,399,662 2,684,469 D
Michigan (MI) Michigan MI 12 14 38,498,975 38,747,436 3,253,820 R
Minnesota (MN) Minnesota MN 19 7 22,177,086 20,000,556 2,583,137 D
Mississippi (MS) Mississippi MS 12 12 6,604,551 7,530,433 1,020,086 R
Missouri (MO) Missouri MO 13 14 24,784,043 25,014,112 1,739,299 R
Montana (MT) Montana MT 9 18 3,542,983 4,121,378 522,472 R
Nebraska (NE) Nebraska NE 6 22 6,690,459 10,231,591 784,539 R
Nevada (NV) Nevada NV 14 13 3,600,510 3,699,025 398,229 R
New Hampshire (NH) New Hampshire NH 12 15 4,312,676 4,861,173 394,245 R
New Jersey (NJ) New Jersey NJ 14 13 32,106,292 32,180,208 2,349,385 R
New Mexico (NM) New Mexico NM 15 12 4,798,788 4,694,302 424,470 D
New York (NY) New York NY 17 10 82,973,689 71,646,733 5,986,372 D
North Carolina (NC) North Carolina NC 15 12 22,570,775 23,123,793 1,562,034 R
North Dakota (ND) North Dakota ND 5 22 2,766,222 3,839,980 424,435 R
Ohio (OH) Ohio OH 12 15 46,376,709 50,416,126 4,192,664 R
Oklahoma (OK) Oklahoma OK 9 18 10,669,547 14,029,952 1,035,268 R
Oregon (OR) Oregon OR 14 13 11,908,412 11,200,750 1,473,770 D
Pennsylvania (PA) Pennsylvania PA 13 13 53,988,127 54,636,902 4,258,384 R
Rhode Island (RI) Rhode Island RI 20 7 5,166,443 3,813,486 384,710 D
South Carolina (SC) South Carolina SC 13 13 8,220,671 9,649,669 860,203 R
South Dakota (SD) South Dakota SD 3 23 3,203,355 4,168,789 404,226 R
Tennessee (TN) Tennessee TN 12 15 14,840,449 16,799,926 1,227,907 R
Texas (TX) Texas TX 13 14 41,732,198 47,626,698 3,841,598 R
Utah (UT) Utah UT 7 20 4,272,157 7,422,925 903,618 R
Vermont (VT) Vermont VT 8 19 2,379,316 2,417,347 254,985 R
Virginia (VA) Virginia VA 13 14 18,006,448 19,444,550 1,584,488 R
Washington (WA) Washington WA 16 10 19,588,141 17,561,784 2,440,699 D
West Virginia (WV) West Virginia WV 16 12 9,170,262 9,027,490 539,596 D
Wisconsin (WI) Wisconsin WI 14 12 22,821,584 22,559,969 2,554,815 D
Wyoming (WY) Wyoming WY 7 20 1,429,971 2,317,413 210,195 R


A house divided against itself cannot stand.
I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free.
I do not expect the Union to be dissolved.
I do not expect the house to fall.
But I do expect it will cease to be divided.
It will become all one thing, or all the other.

Abraham Lincoln

Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.

Benjamin Franklin

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