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Presidential Elections Statistics > 1944 > Popular Votes for Norman Thomas (% of total) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Popular votes for Norman Thomas, a candidate from Socialist party (vice-president Darlington Hoopes), 1944 elections, percent of total
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Wisconsin: 0.99 %  
# 2     Oregon: 0.79 %  
# 3     Montana: 0.63 %  
# 4     Connecticut: 0.61 %  
= 5     Minnesota: 0.45 %  
= 5     Washington: 0.45 %  
# 7     North Dakota: 0.43 %  
# 8     Colorado: 0.39 %  
# 9     Pennsylvania: 0.31 %  
# 10     Kansas: 0.22 %  
# 11     Arkansas: 0.21 %  
# 12     Utah: 0.14 %  
# 13     Indiana: 0.13 %  
# 14     Alabama: 0.08 %  
# 15     New Hampshire: 0.02 %  
Weighted average: 0.4 %  

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"1944 > Popular Votes for Norman Thomas (% of total) by state", Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/pre_1944_pop_vot_for_nor_tho_of_tot-popular-votes-norman-thomas-total

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