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Presidential Elections Statistics > 2004 > Total Electoral Votes (per capita) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Electoral votes by state in 2004 Per capita figures expressed per 100,000 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Wyoming: 0.589 per 100,000 people 
# 2     District of Columbia: 0.545 per 100,000 people 
# 3     Vermont: 0.482 per 100,000 people 
# 4     North Dakota: 0.471 per 100,000 people 
# 5     Alaska: 0.452 per 100,000 people 
# 6     South Dakota: 0.387 per 100,000 people 
# 7     Rhode Island: 0.372 per 100,000 people 
# 8     Delaware: 0.356 per 100,000 people 
# 9     Montana: 0.321 per 100,000 people 
# 10     Hawaii: 0.314 per 100,000 people 
# 11     New Hampshire: 0.305 per 100,000 people 
# 12     Maine: 0.303 per 100,000 people 
# 13     Nebraska: 0.284 per 100,000 people 
# 14     Idaho: 0.28 per 100,000 people 
# 15     West Virginia: 0.275 per 100,000 people 
# 16     New Mexico: 0.259 per 100,000 people 
# 17     Iowa: 0.236 per 100,000 people 
# 18     Kansas: 0.219 per 100,000 people 
# 19     Arkansas: 0.216 per 100,000 people 
# 20     Nevada: 0.207 per 100,000 people 
# 21     Mississippi: 0.205 per 100,000 people 
# 22     Utah: 0.202 per 100,000 people 
= 23     Connecticut: 0.199 per 100,000 people 
= 23     Louisiana: 0.199 per 100,000 people 
= 25     Alabama: 0.197 per 100,000 people 
= 25     Oklahoma: 0.197 per 100,000 people 
# 27     Minnesota: 0.195 per 100,000 people 
# 28     Colorado: 0.193 per 100,000 people 
= 29     Oregon: 0.192 per 100,000 people 
= 29     Kentucky: 0.192 per 100,000 people 
# 31     Missouri: 0.19 per 100,000 people 
= 32     South Carolina: 0.188 per 100,000 people 
= 32     Massachusetts: 0.188 per 100,000 people 
# 34     Tennessee: 0.184 per 100,000 people 
# 35     Wisconsin: 0.181 per 100,000 people 
# 36     Maryland: 0.179 per 100,000 people 
= 37     Indiana: 0.175 per 100,000 people 
= 37     Washington: 0.175 per 100,000 people 
# 39     Ohio: 0.174 per 100,000 people 
# 40     North Carolina: 0.173 per 100,000 people 
= 41     New Jersey: 0.172 per 100,000 people 
= 41     Virginia: 0.172 per 100,000 people 
# 43     Pennsylvania: 0.169 per 100,000 people 
= 44     Arizona: 0.168 per 100,000 people 
= 44     Michigan: 0.168 per 100,000 people 
= 46     Georgia: 0.165 per 100,000 people 
= 46     Illinois: 0.165 per 100,000 people 
# 48     New York: 0.161 per 100,000 people 
= 49     California: 0.152 per 100,000 people 
= 49     Florida: 0.152 per 100,000 people 
# 51     Texas: 0.149 per 100,000 people 
Weighted average: 0.2 per 100,000 people  

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"2004 > Total Electoral Votes (per capita) by state", Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/pre_2004_tot_ele_vot_percap-total-electoral-votes-per-capita

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