2016 Democratic National Convention Floor Vote



2016 Democratic Primary Delegate Count



2016 Democratic Primary Popular Vote Count

Date State Hillary Clinton % Bernie Sanders % Others % Total Votes Margin of Victory
February 1 Iowa* 85,383 49.9% 84,870 49.6% 1,027 0.6% 171,280 Hillary +513
February 9 New Hampshire 95,355 38.2% 152,193 61.0% 2,039 0.8% 253,010 Bernie +56,838
February 20 Nevada* 42.080 52.6% 37,840 47.3% 80 0.1% 80,000 Hillary +4,240
February 27 South Carolina 272,379 73.4% 96,498 26.0% 2,027 0.5% 370,904 Hillary +175,881
March 1 Alabama 309,071 77.9% 76,059 19.2% 11,721 3.0% 396,851 Hillary +233,012
American Samoa 162 72.6% 61 27.4% 0 0.0% 223 Hillary +101
Arkansas 146,057 66.1% 66,236 30.0% 8,727 3.9% 221,020 Hillary +79,821
Colorado 49,789 40.3% 72,846 59.0% 873 0.7% 123,508 Bernie +23,057
Georgia 545,674 71.3% 215,797 28.2% 3,895 0.5% 765,366 Hillary +329,877
Massachusetts 606,822 49.7% 589,803 48.3% 23,671 1.9% 1,220,296 Hillary +17,019
Minnesota 78,317 38.1% 125,635 61.2% 1,486 0.7% 205,438 Bernie +47,318
Oklahoma 139,443 41.5% 174,228 51.9% 22,172 6.6% 335,843 Bernie +34,785
Tennessee 245,930 66.1% 120,800 32.5% 5,492 1.5% 372,222 Hillary +125,130
Texas 936,004 65.2% 476,547 33.2% 23,344 1.6% 1,435,895 Hillary +459,457
Vermont 18,338 13.6% 115,900 86.0% 600 0.4% 134,838 Bernie +97,562
Virginia 504,741 64.3% 276,370 35.2% 3,930 0.5% 785,041 Hillary +228,371
March 5 Kansas 12,593 32.1% 26,637 67.9% 0 0.0% 39,230 Bernie +14,044
Louisiana 221,733 71.1% 72,276 23.2% 17,767 5.7% 311,776 Hillary +149,457
Nebraska Caucus** 14,338 42.9% 19,122 57.1% 0 0.0% 33,460 Bernie +4,784
March 6 Maine* 16,330 35.5% 29,578 64.3% 92 0.2% 46,000 Bernie +13,248
March 8 Michigan 581,775 48.3% 598,943 49.7% 24,834 2.1% 1,205,552 Bernie +17,168
Mississippi 187,334 82.5% 37,748 16.6% 2,082 0.9% 227,165 Hillary +149,586
March 12 Northern Marianas 102 54.0% 65 34.4% 22 11.6% 189 Hillary +37
March 15 Florida 1,101,414 64.4% 568,839 33.3% 38,930 2.3% 1,709,183 Hillary +532,575
Illinois 1,039,555 50.6% 999,494 48.6% 16,998 0.8% 2,056,047 Hillary +40,061
Missouri 312,285 49.6% 310,711 49.4% 6,429 1.0% 629,425 Hillary +1,574
North Carolina 622,915 54.5% 567,018 40.9% 52,983 4.6% 1,142,916 Hillary +155,897
Ohio 696,681 56.1% 535,395 43.1% 9,402 0.8% 1,241,478 Hillary +161,286
March 20 Democrats Abroad 10,689 30.9% 23,779 68.8% 81 0.2% 34,549 Bernie +13,090
March 22 Arizona 262,459 56.3% 192,962 41.4% 10,814 2.3% 466,235 Hillary +69,497
Idaho 5,065 21.2% 18,640 78.0% 179 0.7% 23,884 Hillary +13,575
Utah 16,166 20.3% 62,992 79.2% 368 0.5% 79,526 Bernie +46,826
March 26 Alaska 2,144 20.2% 8,447 79.6% 17 0.2% 10,608 Bernie +6,303
Hawaii 10,125 28.3% 25,530 71.5% 61 0.2% 35,716 Bernie +15,405
Washington Caucus** 62,629 27.2% 166,911 72.6% 460 0.2% 230,000 Bernie +104,282
April 5 Wisconsin 433,739 43.0% 570,192 56.6% 3,669 0.4% 1,007,600 Bernie +136,453
April 9 Wyoming 3,190 44.3% 4,010 55.7% 0 0.0% 7,200 Bernie +821
April 19 New York 1,133,980 58.0% 820,256 42.0% 0 0.0% 1,954,236 Hillary +313,724
April 26 Connecticut 170,048 51.8% 152,395 46.4% 5,832 1.8% 328,275 Hillary +17,653
Delaware 55,954 59.8% 36,662 39.2% 1,024 1.1% 93,640 Hillary +19,292
Maryland 573,242 62.5% 309,990 33.8% 33,531 3.7% 916,763 Hillary +263,252
Pennsylvania 935,107 55.6% 731,881 43.5% 14,439 0.9% 1,681,427 Hillary +203,226
Rhode Island 52,749 43.1% 66,993 54.7% 2,716 2.2% 122,458 Bernie +14,244
May 3 Indiana 303,705 47.5% 335,074 52.5% 0 0.0% 638,779 Bernie +31,369
May 7 Guam 777 59.5% 528 40.5% 0 0.0% 1,305 Hillary +249
May 10 West Virginia 86,914 35.8% 124,700 51.4% 30,925 12.8% 242,539 Bernie +37,786
Nebraska Primary** 42,665 53.1% 37,705 46.9% 0 0.0% 80,370 Hillary +4,960
May 17 Kentucky 212,534 46.8% 210,623 46.3% 31,408 6.9% 454,565 Hillary +1,911
Oregon 269,846 42.1% 360,829 56.2% 10,920 1.7% 641,595 Bernie +90,983
May 24 Washington Primary** 420,461 52.4% 382,293 47.6% 0 0.0% 802,754 Hillary +38,168
June 4 U.S. Virgin Islands 1,308 86.5% 186 12.3% 18 1.2% 1,512 Hillary +1,122
June 5 Puerto Rico 52,658 61.0% 33,368 38.7% 300 0.3% 85,108 Hillary +19,290
June 7 California 2,745,293 53.1% 2,381,714 46.0% 46,291 0.9% 5,173,298 Hillary +363,579
Montana 55,805 44.2% 65,156 51.6% 5,415 4.3% 126,716 Bernie +9,336
New Jersey 503,481 63.4% 290,067 36.6% 0 0.0% 793,548 Hillary +213,414
New Mexico 111,334 51.5% 104,741 48.5% 0 0.0% 216,075 Hillary +6,593
North Dakota*** 1,024 25.6% 2,568 64.2% 408 10.2% 4,000 Bernie +1,544
South Dakota 27,047 51.0% 25,959 49.0% 0 0.0% 53,006 Hillary +1,088
June 14 Washington D.C. 76,704 78.6% 20,361 20.9% 485 0.5% 97,550 Hillary +56,343
TOTALS: 17,521,442 54.9% 13,915,021 43.6% 479,984 1.5% 31,916,447 Hillary +3,606,420
*Five caucuses (IA, NV, ME, WA, ND) didn't report raw votes. Votes are estimated based on delegate equivalents and reported turnout.
**In addition to caucuses, Nebraska and Washington held non-binding primaries in which no delegates were allocated.
***North Dakota numbers based on turnout numbers obtained by electproject.org.

All popular vote data pulled from state/territorial websites. | Last updated 11:45 AM EDT September 7, 2016.


2016 Democratic Primary Pledged Delegate Allocation


Hillary Clinton's Pledged Delegate Lead

Pledged Delegate Gains by State

2016 Democratic Primary Racial Divide
The number of non-Hispanic whites who live in a state is predictive of how well Hillary or Bernie will perform there. Hillary does better in states with a diverse population, while Bernie performs well when a state's population is relatively homogeneous.




Data Sources: Delegate counts and popular vote totals by the great folks who run The Green Papers.
Demographic information from the 2010 U.S. Census. Voter turnout information from respective state government sources.





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