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2016 Electoral College Map

Party   Nominees Electoral Vote* Popular Vote
  Presidential Vice Presidential
 Democratic winner Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine 227 42.2% 65,853,516 48.2%
 Republican winner Donald Trump Mike Pence 304 56.5% 62,984,824 46.1%
   Libertarian   Gary Johnson William Weld 0 -- 4,489,221 3.3%
   Green   Jill Stein Ajamu Baraka 0 -- 1,449,542 1.1%

Last update: 2/16/2017 @ 18:30 PST

  • Click on state name for access to source used for this data.
  • The difference between the sum of popular votes for Clinton, Trump and Johnson & the total state votes cast is the vote total for all other minor candidates.

Clinton / TBD
Trump / Pence

Hillary Clinton Donald J. Trump Gary Johnson
HILLARY CLINTON
Democratic
DONALD TRUMP
Republican
GARY JOHNSON
Libertarian
STATE TOTAL VOTES Votes % EV Votes % EV Votes % EV
Alabama 2,123,372 729,547 34.4%   1,318,255 62.1% 9 44,467 2.1%  
Alaska 318,608 116,454 36.6%   163,387 51.3% 3 18,725 5.9%  
Arizona 2,573,165 1,161,167 45.1%   1,252,401 48.7% 11 106,327 4.1%  
Arkansas 1,130,635 380,494 33.7%   684,872 60.6% 6 29,829 2.6%  
California 14,181,595 8,753,788 61.7% 55 4,483,810 31.6%   478,500 3.4%  
Colorado 2,780,220 1,338,870 48.2% 9 1,202,484 43.3%   144,121 5.2%  
Connecticut 1,644,920 897,572 54.6% 7 673,215 40.9%   48,676 3.0%  
Delaware 441,590 235,603 53.4% 3 185,127 41.9%   14,757 3.3%  
Dist. of Col. 311,268 282,830 90.9% 3 12,723 4.1%   4,906 1.6%  
Florida 9,420,039 4,504,975 47.8%   4,617,886 49.0% 29 207,043 2.2%  
Georgia 4,092,373 1,877,963 45.9%   2,089,104 51.0% 16 125,306 3.1%  
Hawaii 428,937 266,891 62.2% 3* 128,847 30.0%   15,954 3.7%  
Idaho 690,255 189,765 27.5%   409,055 59.3% 4 28,331 4.1%  
Illinois 5,536,424 3,090,729 55.8% 20 2,146,015 38.8%   209,596 3.8%  
Indiana 2,734,958 1,033,126 37.8%   1,557,286 56.9% 11 133,993 4.9%  
Iowa 1,566,031 653,669 41.7%   800,983 51.1% 6 59,186 3.8%  
Kansas 1,184,402 427,005 36.1%   671,018 56.7% 6 55,406 4.7%  
Kentucky 1,924,149 628,854 32.7%   1,202,971 62.5% 8 53,752 2.8%  
Louisiana 2,029,032 780,154 38.4%   1,178,638 58.1% 8 37,978 1.9%  
Maine 747,927 357,735 47.8% 3 335,593 44.9% 1 38,105 5.1%  
Maryland 2,781,446 1,677,928 60.3% 10 943,169 33.9%   79,605 2.9%  
Massachusetts 3,325,046 1,995,196 60.0% 11 1,090,893 32.8%   138,018 4.2%  
Michigan 4,799,284 2,268,839 47.3%   2,279,543 47.5% 16 172,136 3.6%  
Minnesota 2,944,813 1,367,716 46.4% 10 1,322,951 44.9%   112,972 3.8%  
Mississippi 1,209,357 485,131 40.1%   700,714 57.9% 6 14,435 1.2%  
Missouri 2,808,605 1,071,068 38.1%   1,594,511 56.8% 10 97,359 3.5%  
Montana 494,526 177,709 35.9%   279,240 56.5% 3 28,037 5.7%  
Nebraska 844,227 284,494 33.7%   495,961 58.7% 2 38,946 4.6%  
CD-1 282,338 100,126 35.5%   158,626 56.2% 1 14,031 5.0%  
CD-2 291,680 131,030 44.9%   137,564 47.2% 1 13,245 4.5%  
CD-3 270,109 53,290 19.7%   199,657 73.9% 1 11,657 4.3%  
Nevada 1,125,385 539,260 47.9% 6 512,058 45.5%   37,384 3.3%  
New Hampshire 744,296 348,526 46.8% 4 345,790 46.5%   30,777 4.1%  
New Jersey 3,874,046 2,148,278 55.5% 14 1,601,933 41.4%   72,477 1.9%  
New Mexico 798,318 385,234 48.3% 5 319,666 40.0%   74,541 9.3%  
New York 7,721,453 4,556,124 59.0% 29 2,819,534 36.5%   176,598 2.3%  
North Carolina 4,741,564 2,189,316 46.2%   2,362,631 49.8% 15 130,126 2.7%  
North Dakota 344,360 93,758 27.2%   216,794 63.0% 3 21,434 6.2%  
Ohio 5,496,487 2,394,164 43.6%   2,841,005 51.7% 18 174,498 3.2%  
Oklahoma 1,452,992 420,375 28.9%   949,136 65.3% 7 83,481 5.7%  
Oregon 2,001,336 1,002,106 50.1% 7 782,403 39.1%   94,231 4.7%  
Pennsylvania 6,115,402 2,926,441 47.9%   2,970,733 48.6% 20 146,715 2.4%  
Rhode Island 464,144 252,525 54.4% 4 180,543 38.9%   14,746 3.2%  
South Carolina 2,103,027 855,373 40.7%   1,155,389 54.9% 9 49,204 2.3%  
South Dakota 370,093 117,458 31.7%   227,721 61.5% 3 20,850 5.6%  
Tennessee 2,508,027 870,695 34.7%   1,522,925 60.7% 11 70,397 2.8%  
Texas 8,969,226 3,877,868 43.2%   4,685,047 52.2% 36* 283,492 3.2%  
Utah 1,131,430 310,676 27.5%   515,231 45.5% 6 39,608 3.5%  
Vermont 315,067 178,573 56.7% 3 95,369 30.3%   10,078 3.2%  
Virginia 3,982,752 1,981,473 49.8% 13 1,769,443 44.4%   118,274 3.0%  
Washington 3,209,214 1,742,718 54.3% 8* 1,221,747 38.1%   160,879 5.0%  
West Virginia 713,051 188,794 26.5%   489,371 68.6% 5 23,004 3.2%  
Wisconsin 2,976,150 1,382,536 46.5%   1,405,284 47.2% 10 106,674 3.6%  
Wyoming 255,849 55,973 21.9%   174,419 68.2% 3 13,287 5.2%  
Totals 136,559,088 65,853,516 48.2% 227 62,984,824 46.1% 304 4,489,221 3.3% 0
* Seven electors were "faithless" and voted for other candidates:
• In Hawaii, Senator Bernie Sanders (VT-D) received 1 electoral vote.
• In Texas, Governor John Kasich (OH-R) received 1 electoral vote and former Representative Ron Paul (TX-R) received 1 electoral vote.
• In Washington, former Secretary of State Colin Powell received 3 electoral votes and Faith Spotted Eagle received 1 electoral vote.

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