FACTOID # 1: In the 2000 Presidential Election, Texas gave Ralph Nader the 3rd highest popular vote count of any US state.
 
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Presidential Elections Statistics By State

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1789 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1792 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1796 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1800 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1804 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1808 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1812 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1816 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1820 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1824 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1828 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1832 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1836 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1840 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1844 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
1848 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
2004 > Popular Votes for George W. Bush (% of total) *    [ map ]
2004 > Popular Votes for John Kerry *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]
2004 > Popular Votes for Ralph Nader (per capita) *    [ map ]
2008 > Total Electoral Votes *    [ pie chart ]  [ map ]

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COMMENTARY     

Vikii Chen
5th April 2011
I have a question about the amount. What does it mean? any unite?

For example, does 45 means 45,000 or 45, 0000...

I'll be really appreciate for the answer.
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