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Voting History and Trends by States in Presidential Elections - 2000-2016

Today we are going to be analyzing the trend of US states' political preferences based on what party they have voted for the most since 2000.


Alabama:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Alabama is a strong Republican state.


Alaska:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Alaska is a strong Republican state.


Arizona:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Arizona is a strong Republican state.


Arkansas:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Arkansas is a strong Republican state.


California:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

California is a strong Democratic state.


Colorado:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Colorado is a swing state.


Connecticut:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Connecticut is a strong Democratic state.


Delaware:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Delaware is a strong Democratic state.


DC:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

DC is a strong Democratic non-state.


Florida:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Florida is a swing state.


Georgia:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Georgia is a strong Republican state.


Hawaii:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Hawaii is a strong Democratic state.


Idaho:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Idaho is a strong Republican state.


Illinois:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Illinois is a strong Democratic state.


Indiana:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Indiana is a typically Republican state.


Iowa:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Iowa is a swing state.


Kansas:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Kansas is a strong Republican state.


Kentucky:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Kentucky is a strong Republican state.


Louisiana:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Louisiana is a strong Republican state.


Maine:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Maine is a strong Democratic state.


Maryland:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Maryland is a strong Democratic state.


Massachusetts:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Massachusetts is a strong Democratic state.


Michigan:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Michigan is a typically Democratic state.


Minnesota:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Minnesota is a strong Democratic state.


Mississippi:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Mississippi is a strong Republican state.


Missouri:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Missouri is a strong Republican state.


Montana:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Montana is a strong Republican state.


Nebraska:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Nebraska is a strong Republican state.


Nevada:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Nevada is a swing state.


New Hampshire:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

New Hampshire is a typically Democratic state.


New Jersey:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

New Jersey is a strong Democratic state.


New Mexico:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

New Mexico is a typically Democratic state.


New York:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

New York is a strong Democratic state.


North Carolina:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

North Carolina is a typically Republican state.


North Dakota:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

North Dakota is a strong Republican state.


Ohio:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Ohio is a swing state.


Oklahoma:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Oklahoma is a strong Republican state.


Oregon:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Oregon is a strong Democratic state.


Pennsylvania:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Pennsylvania is a typically Democratic state.


Rhode Island:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Rhode Island is a strong Democratic state.


South Carolina:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

South Carolina is a strong Republican state.


South Dakota:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

South Dakota is a strong Republican state.


Tennessee:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Tennessee is a strong Republican state.


Texas:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Texas is a strong Republican state.


Utah:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Utah is a strong Republican state.


Vermont:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Vermont is a strong Democratic state.


Virginia:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Virginia is a swing state.


Washington:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: D


Final Analysis:

Washington is a strong Democratic state.


West Virginia:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

West Virginia is a strong Republican state.


Wisconsin:


Voting History:

2000: D

2004: D

2008: D

2012: D

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Wisconsin is a typically Democratic state.


Wyoming:


Voting History:

2000: R

2004: R

2008: R

2012: R

2016: R


Final Analysis:

Wyoming is a strong Republican state.



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