How Many States Did Trump Win 2019

How many states did Trump win?

Donald Trump was elected President of the United States in November 2016. Trump won the electoral vote against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton 304-227. Donald Trump won the vote of 30 states while Hillary Clinton won 20.

While some historically Democratic states like California and New York stayed democratic in 2016, Trump won some crucial states that had previously voted for President Obama in 2012 such as Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

PVI is the Cook Partisan Voting Index is the measurement of how strongly a Unite States congressional district or state leans toward the Democratic or Republican Party compared to the nation as a whole. For example, if the national average is 49% Republican, and the Republican candidate of a state wins 58% of the two-party share, then that state voted 9 percentage points more Republican than the country, or R+9.

The states with the highest PVI that voted more Republican than the national average are Wyoming (R+25), Utah (R+20), and Oklahoma (R+20). The PVI of all 50 states in the 2016 election was R+3.48. Wyoming is the most conservative state in the US, having voted a Republican Party candidate for every presidential election since the 1950s (except for the 1964 election).

Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire were all even between Republican and Democrat in the 2016 election. Trump ended up winning Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

The map and table show which states voted for Trump, which states voted for Hillary, and which were split even. In general, the northeast and west coast voted Democratic, and the Great Plains states and south voted Republican.

State PVI Governor Party Senate Party House Balance 2019 Pop.
UtahR+20RepublicanRepublican3R, 1D3,221,610
OklahomaR+20RepublicanRepublican4R, 1D3,948,950
West VirginiaR+19RepublicanBoth3R1,791,951
North DakotaR+17RepublicanRepublican1R760,900
KentuckyR+15RepublicanRepublican5R, 1D4,484,047
TennesseeR+14RepublicanRepublican7R, 2D6,833,793
South DakotaR+14RepublicanRepublican1R892,631
AlabamaR+14RepublicanBoth6R, 1D4,898,246
KansasR+13DemocraticRepublican3R, 1D2,910,931
LouisianaR+11DemocraticRepublican5R, 1D4,652,581
MissouriR+9RepublicanRepublican6R, 2D6,147,861
MississippiR+9RepublicanRepublican3R, 1D2,987,895
IndianaR+9RepublicanRepublican7R, 2D6,718,616
TexasR+8RepublicanRepublican23R, 13D29,087,070
South CarolinaR+8RepublicanRepublican5R, 2D5,147,111
GeorgiaR+5RepublicanRepublican9R, 5D10,627,767
ArizonaR+5RepublicanBoth5D, 4R7,275,070
OhioR+3RepublicanBoth12R, 4D11,718,568
North CarolinaR+3DemocraticRepublican8R, 3D, 2 Vacant10,497,741
IowaR+3RepublicanRepublican3D, 1R3,167,997
FloridaR+2RepublicanRepublican14R, 13D21,646,155
WisconsinEvenDemocraticBoth5R, 3D5,832,661
PennsylvaniaEvenDemocraticBoth9D, 9R12,813,969
New HampshireEvenRepublicanDemocratic2D1,363,852
VirginiaD+1DemocraticDemocratic7D, 4R8,571,946
NevadaD+1DemocraticDemocratic3D, 1R3,087,025
MinnesotaD+1DemocraticDemocratic5D, 3R5,655,925
MichiganD+1DemocraticDemocratic7D, 6R, 1I10,020,472
ColoradoD+1DemocraticBoth4D, 3R5,770,545
New MexicoD+3DemocraticDemocratic3D2,096,034
OregonD+5DemocraticDemocratic4D, 1R4,245,901
WashingtonD+7DemocraticDemocratic7D, 3R7,666,343
New JerseyD+7DemocraticDemocratic11D, 1R8,922,547
IllinoisD+7DemocraticDemocratic13D, 5R12,700,381
Rhode IslandD+10DemocraticDemocratic2D1,056,738
New YorkD+12DemocraticDemocratic21D, 6R19,491,339
MarylandD+12RepublicanDemocratic7D, 1R6,062,917
CaliforniaD+12DemocraticDemocratic46D, 7R39,747,267