Skip to comments.Great Website For Political Junkies
Posted on 10/28/2008 8:06:49 AM PDT by WalterSkinner
Election Results: link directs the browser to detailed national results for the major and minor candidates for U.S. President in the general (November) presidential elections from 1789 through 2004. Individual year pages include candidates, parties, popular and electoral vote totals, maps, charts, and voter turnout (1932-2004). Includes menus and hyperlinks to individual state results pages for the Presidential Elections from 1892 through 2004. County-level maps and data are available for the elections from 1960 through 2004 (and prior to 1960 for members). The 2000 and 2004 pages also include the results maps for President by U.S. Congressional District! (Also, a no-frames page for election data viewing.)
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One stat I have been looking for has been what were the polls on Gore and Kerry at this point in their prior contests?
But I have seen several times over the weeks what the Rasmussen, Zogby, Gallup polls were reading those last few days.
Maybe someone will see your post and point you in the right direction...
Yep. I’ve been looking at that website for over a decade.
And YES, he holds to the color assignments that were in use in the 1990s, RED for DEMOCRATS and BLUE for REPUBLICANS.
It wasn’t until the media shifted the colors (and he did not want to regenerate all of the maps) that we started to hear about “Red States” and “Blue States”.
We all know that RED is the color of Socialism. True BLUE Americans don’t want to be associated with it.
Well, you can look at “where they were” in past election, most clear example would be 2004, where Zogby’s election day exit polls were saying 315 electoral votes (or more) for Kerry. He didn’t even get 250.
They cooked the books. Disregard the numbers. The press is lying.
Hopefully Katie Couric will break out in tears again as she did on election night 2000 when the election was called (late in the night) for George W. Bush.
I remember Susan Estrich waiting for “Cleveland votes” to come in. Then Bush took Ohio.
..she was probably hoping that massive voter fraud in Cuyahoga County would pull it out...
The huge vote never turned out.
Thank you for posting this, Walter. I found the 1860 race particularly interesting.
..I wasn’t old enough to vote for that one
I won’t pay any reperations for slavery or even for segregation. I wasn’t even 8 years old when that happened.