Presidential Election Results 1964-2000

The table shows US Presidential election results between 1964 and 2000.

Democrats won the elections of 1964 (Lyndon Johnson, 1976 (Jimmy Carter, 1992 and 1996 (Bill Clinton).

Republicans won the elections of 1968 and 1972 (Richard Nixon), 1980 and 1984 (Ronald Reagan), 1988 (George H.W. Bush) and 2000 (George W. Bush).

Presidential Election Results 1964-2000
Candidates % Vote States Electoral
Votes
Winner
1964
Lyndon B. Johnson 61.1% 44 States 486 Winner
Barry Goldwater 38.5% 6 States 52
1968
Richard Nixon 43.4% 32 States 301 Winner
Hubert Humphrey 42.7% 13 States 191
George Wallace 13.5% 5 States 46
1972
Richard Nixon 60.7% 49 States 520 Winner
George McGovern 37.5% 1 State 17
1976
Jimmy Carter 50.1% 23 States 297 Winner
Gerald Ford 48.0% 27 States 240
1980
Ronald Reagan 50.7% 44 States 489 Winner
Jimmy Carter 41.0% 6 States 49
John Anderson 6.6% 0 States 0
1984
Ronald Reagan 58.8% 49 States 525 Winner
Walter Mondale 40.6% 1 State 13
1988
George Bush 53.4% 40 States 426 Winner
Michael Dukakis 45.6% 10 States 111
1992
Bill Clinton 43.0% 32 States 370 Winner
George Bush 37.4% 18 States 168
Ross Perot 18.9% 0 States 0
1996
Bill Clinton 49% 31 States 379 Winner
Bob Dole 41% 19 States 159
Ross Perot 8% 0 States 0
2000
Al Gore 48.38% 19 States & D.C. 266
George W. Bush 47.87% 31 States 271 Winner
Ralph Nader 2.74% 0 States 0
Others 1.01% 0 States 0

 

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