Electoral vote changes between United States presidential elections

This article about the United States presidential election process compares the electoral votes of each state, for each presidential election and the immediate preceding election, tracking those states that changed their support between parties as well as changes resulting from other factors (such as reapportionment).

2004 vs. 2000

Electoral votes of the party that won in 2004: Republican Party

1992 vs. 1988

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1992: Democratic Party

1980 vs. 1976

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1980: Republican Party

* "Faithless elector in 1968"

"Faithless elector in 1972"

1968 vs. 1964

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1968: Republican Party* "Kennedy received only 5 out of Alabama's 11 electoral votes"

1956 vs. 1952

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1956: Republican Party* "Truman received only 11 out of Tennessee's 12 electoral votes"

1944 vs. 1940

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1944: Democratic Party

1932 vs. 1928

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1932: Democratic Party

1920 vs. 1916

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1920: Republican Party* "Wilson received only 2 of California's 13 electoral votes in the 1912 election"

""Bryan received only 6 of Maryland's 8 electoral votes in the 1908 election"

1908 vs. 1904

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1908: Republican Party* "McKinley received only 8 of California's 9 electoral votes in the 1896 election. "
"McKinley received only 12 of Kentucky's 13 electoral votes in the 1896 election. "

1896 vs. 1892

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1896: Republican Party

1884 vs. 1880

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1884: Democratic Party

1872 vs. 1868

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1868: Republican Party* "Lincoln received only 4 of New Jersey's 7 electoral votes in 1860. "

1860 vs. 1856

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1860: Republican Party

1848 vs. 1844

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1848: Whig Party

1836 vs. 1832

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1836: Democratic Party

"Due to multiple candidates from the same party in the 1824 election (and the party being the only major party at the time), this chart only shows the electoral votes changes of the winning candidate of 1828."
* "Jackson received only 2 of Illinois's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Jackson received only 3 of Louisiana's 5 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Jackson received only 1 of Maine's 9 electoral votes in the 1828 election. "
"Jackson received 1 of New York's 36 electoral votes in 1824 and 20 of 26 in 1828. "
"Jackson received 7 of Maryland's 11 electoral votes in 1824 and 5 of 11 in 1828. "

1824 vs. 1820

Electoral votes of the candidate that won in 1824: one of several from the Democratic-Republican Party "Due to multiple candidates from the same party in the 1824 election (and the party being the only major party at the time), this chart only shows the electoral votes of the winning candidate, even though he did not receive a plurality of the electoral votes and the election was decided in the United States House of Representatives.
* "Adams received only 1 of Delaware's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Adams received only 1 of Illinois's 3 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Adams received only 2 of Louisiana's 5 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Adams received only 3 of Maryland's 11 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "
"Adams received only 1 of New Hampshire's 8 electoral votes in 1820 and all 8 in 1824. "
# "Adams received only 26 of New York's 36 electoral votes in the 1824 election. "

1820 vs. 1816

Electoral votes of the party that won in 1820: Democratic-Republican Party* "Monroe received only 7 of New Hampshire's 8 electoral votes in 1820. "

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