Clinton won the state with 61.73% of the vote and a 30.11% margin, both the highest since Franklin D.
Roosevelt’s 66.95% vote share and 35.25% margin in 1936.
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Is California a republican or democratic state?
California was a Republican stronghold in presidential elections from 1952 until 1992. During this period, the Republicans won California in every election except the election of 1964. Since then however, the Democrats have carried the electoral rich state since 1992.
Will Republicans ever win California?
“The environment is an important thing in California. That’s not something Republicans always talk about.” It has been a complication for Republicans since California voters passed an initiative pushed by the Republican governor, Pete Wilson, in 1994 to prohibit illegal immigrants from getting state social services.
Is California Democratic or Republican 2018?
Going into this election, California had 39 Democratic representatives and 14 Republican representatives. Here’s how each district leans politically, based on how it voted in the 2016 presidential election, with 2018 results as they come in.
How many times California voted Democrat?
In fact, from 1952 through 1988, Republicans won every presidential election except the landslide loss of Barry Goldwater in 1964. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won the state by 30 points over Donald Trump. This marks the third consecutive election that the Democratic nominee has surpassed 60% in the state.
When was the last time NY voted Republican?
New York has not voted Republican since Ronald Reagan in the 1984 election (53% – 45%).
What states voted Republican?
List of Red States (Republican States)
- Alaska. Alaskan voters traditionally veer Republican and have voted that way in all but one election since they first began participating in presidential elections in 1960.
- Idaho. Idaho is another state known for having a Republican winning streak.
- North Dakota.
- South Dakota.
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