1992 Presidential Election - What if Scenario


1992 Presidential Election - What if Scenario

Presidential
CandidateVice Presidential
CandidatePolitical
PartyPopular VoteElectoral Vote George Bush Dan Quayle Republican 39,404,048 37.74% 271 50.4% William Clinton Albert Gore Democrat 44,595,838 42.71% 267 49.6% H. Ross Perot James Stockdale Independent 19,741,657 18.91% 0 0% Andre Marrau Nancy Lord Libertarian 291,627 0.28% 0 0% Other - - 378,522 0.36% 0 0% Key <40% <50% >50% >60% >70% Turnout
Scenario - a change of 300,166 votes (0.29% of national total) in ten states from Clinton to Bush results in a victory for Bush. Georgia - 6,858 votes (0.30%); New Hampshire - 3,279 votes (0.61%); Ohio - 45,317 votes (0.92%); New Jersey - 39,671 votes (1.19%); Montana - 5,151 votes (1.25%); Kentucky - 23,964 votes (1.61%); Colorado - 33,416 votes (2.13%); Wisconsin - 55,106 votes (2.18%); Louisiana - 41,293 votes (2.31%); Tennessee - 46,111 (2.33%).


1992 Presidential Election - What if Scenario

Presidential
CandidateVice Presidential
CandidatePolitical
PartyPopular VoteElectoral Vote William Clinton Albert Gore Democrat 44,615,971 42.73% 268 49.8% George Bush Dan Quayle Republican 39,369,084 37.70% 266 49.4% H. Ross Perot James Stockdale Independent 19,770,541 18.93% 4 0.7% Andre Marrau Nancy Lord Libertarian 291,627 0.28% 0 0% Other - - 378,522 0.36% 0 0% Key <40% <50% >50% >60% >70% Turnout
Scenario - a change of 293,835 votes (0.28% of national total) in eleven states from Clinton to Bush and Perot results in no electoral majority.
From Clinton to Bush: Georgia - 6,858 votes (0.30%); New Hampshire - 3,279 votes (0.61%); Ohio - 45,317 votes (0.92%); New Jersey - 39,671 votes (1.19%); Montana - 5,151 votes (1.25%); Nevada - 6,661 (1.32%); Kentucky - 23,964 votes (1.61%); Colorado - 33,416 votes (2.13%); Wisconsin - 55,106 votes (2.18%); Tennessee - 46,111 (2.33%).
From Clinton to Perot: Maine - 28,301 (4.16%) © David Leip 2000 All Rights Reserved