Electoral Points Proposal
1996 United States Presidential Election (Tuesday November 5th)


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SOURCES: Wikipedia - 1996 United States Presidential Election    David Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - 1996

154,000 Electoral Points - 77,010 pts needed to win

   Under each candidate (L  R): Pop. Vote Percentage - Electoral Points

   -----------------             Bill J.           Bob J.            H. Ross
   State | Electoral             Clinton           Dole              Perot
         | Votes                 Democrat          Republican        Reform


  Group E (1st priority - 5,000 pts each, 50,000 pts total)


  41. South Dakota (3)           43.03%  2,170     46.49%  2,344      9.65%    486

  42. Tennessee (11)             48.00%  2,420     45.59%  2,298      5.59%    282

  43. Texas (32)                 43.83%  2,206     48.76%  2,454      6.75%    340

  44. Utah (5)                   33.30%  1,705     54.37%  2,784      9.98%    511

  45. Vermont (3)                53.35%  2,766     31.09%  1,612     12.00%    622

  46. Virginia (13)              45.15%  2,283     47.10%  2,382      6.62%    335

  47. Washington (11)            49.84%  2,594     37.30%  1,941      8.92%    465

  48. West Virginia (5)          51.51%  2,588     36.76%  1,847     11.26%    565

  49. Wisconsin (11)             48.81%  2,499     38.48%  1,971     10.35%    530

  50. Wyoming (3)                36.84%  1,862     49.81%  2,518     12.25%    620

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      So Far (50,000)                   23,093            22,151             4,756

      Needed to Win - 77,010     Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm



  Group A (2nd priority - 4,000 pts each, 44,000 pts total)


   1. Alabama (9)                43.16%  1,739     50.12%  2,019      6.01%    242

   2. Alaska (3)                 33.27%  1,401     50.80%  2,140     10.90%    459

   3. Arizona (8)                46.52%  1,884     44.29%  1,793      7.98%    323

   4. Arkansas (6)               53.74%  2,184     36.80%  1,495      7.90%    321

   5. California (54)            51.10%  2,123     38.21%  1,588      6.96%    289

   6. Colorado (8)               44.43%  1,836     45.80%  1,892      6.59%    272

   7. Connecticut (8)            52.83%  2,166     34.69%  1,423     10.02%    411
  
   8. Delaware (3)               51.80%  2,093     36.58%  1,478     10.60%    429

   9. Florida (25)               48.02%  1,931     42.32%  1,702      9.12%    367

  10. Georgia (13)               45.84%  1,848     47.01%  1,895      6.37%    257

  DC. D.C. (3)                   85.19%  3,000      9.34%  1,000      1.94%    ---

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      So Far (94,000)                   45,298            40,576             8,126

      Needed to Win - 77,010     Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm



  Group B (3rd priority - 3,000 pts each, 30,000 pts total)


  11. Hawaii (4)                 56.93%  1,776     31.64%    987      7.60%    237

  12. Idaho (4)                  33.65%  1,024     52.18%  1,589     12.71%    387

  13. Illinois (22)              54.32%  1,643     36.81%  1,114      8.03%    243

  14. Indiana (12)               41.55%  1,256     47.13%  1,426     10.50%    318

  15. Iowa (7)                   50.26%  1,528     39.92%  1,213      8.52%    259

  16. Kansas (6)                 36.08%  1,093     54.29%  1,645      8.62%    262

  17. Kentucky  (8)              45.84%  1,384     44.88%  1,355      8.67%    261

  18. Louisiana (9)              52.01%  1,578     39.94%  1,212      6.91%    210

  19. Maine (4)                  51.62%  1,604     30.76%    956     14.19%    440

  20. Maryland (10)              54.25%  1,644     38.27%  1,159      6.50%    197

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      So Far (124,000)                  59,828            53,232            10,940

      Needed to Win - 77,010     Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm




  Group C (4th priority - 2,000 pts each, 20,000 pts total)



  21. Massachusetts (12)         61.47%  1,249     28.09%    571      8.89%    180

  22. Michigan (18)              51.69%  1,045     38.48%    778      8.75%    177

  23. Minnesota (10)             51.10%  1,045     34.96%    715     11.75%    240

  24. Mississippi (7)            44.08%    889     49.21%    993      5.84%    118

  25. Missouri (11)              47.54%    962     41.24%    834     10.06%    204

  26. Montana (3)                41.23%    833     44.11%    892     13.56%    275

  27. Nebraska (5)               34.95%    705     53.65%  1,083     10.52%    212

  28. Nevada (4)                 43.93%    912     42.91%    891      9.47%    197

  29. New Hampshire (4)          49.32%  1,003     39.37%    800      9.69%    197

  30. New Jersey (15)            53.72%  1,095     35.86%    731      8.52%    174

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      So Far (144,000)                  69,566            61,520            12,914

      Needed to Win - 77,010     Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm



  Group D (5th priority - 1,000 pts each, 10,000 pts total)


  31. New Mexico (5)             49.18%    508     41.86%    432      5.80%     60

  32. New York (33)              59.47%    607     30.61%    312      7.97%     81

  33. North Carolina (14)        44.04%    443     48.73%    490      6.68%     67

  34. North Dakota (3)           40.13%    404     46.94%    473     12.20%    123

  35. Ohio (21)                  47.38%    478     41.02%    414     10.66%    108

  36. Oklahoma (8)               40.45%    406     48.26%    485     10.84%    109

  37. Oregon (7)                 47.15%    496     39.06%    411      8.80%     93

  38. Pennsylvania (23)          49.17%    498     39.97%    405      9.56%     97

  39. Rhode Island (4)           59.71%    611     26.82%    274     11.20%    115

  40. South Carolina (8)         43.85%    431     49.89%    502      5.60%     67

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      TOTAL - 154,000                   74,448            65,718            13,834

      Needed to Win - 77,010     Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm

      Finish Order               Leader-1st        2nd               3rd

      Percentage of Points       48.34286%         42.67403%         8.98312%


      No outright in the Electoral Points format. A run-off between Clinton and Dole would
      be held on Tuesday December 3rd. Inauguration would follow on February 3rd, 1997 (if
      Dole wins -OR- if Clinton wins and he is not the incumbent) or January 20th 1997 (if
      Clinton wins -AND- he is the incumbent).

      In actual fact, Bill Clinton won the 1996 election.


      Clinton-Dole Difference Ratios ...

       Electoral Points: 1.132840-1  ...  Electoral Votes: 2.202381-1


      Electoral Votes (538)          379 (70.44610%)   159 (29.55390%)   0 (0.00000%)
      |
      |----- Actual (1996)           Clinton-D         Dole-R            Perot-Rfm
      |
      Popular Votes (96,275,401)     47,401,185        39,197,469        8,085,294

      Pctage of Popular Votes        49.23499%         40.71390%         8.39809%







Electoral Points Proposal
1996 United States Presidential Election (Tuesday November 5th)


1992    <<<    Electoral Points Proposal - Home    >>>    2000


SOURCES: Wikipedia - 1996 United States Presidential Election    David Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - 1996

154,000 Electoral Points - 77,010 pts needed to win


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