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1952 United States presidential election in Illinois

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1952 United States presidential election in Illinois

← 1948 November 4, 1952[1] 1956 →

All 27 Illinois votes to the Electoral College
Turnout84.49%
 
General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower 1947.jpg
AdlaiEStevenson1900-1965.jpg
Nominee Dwight D. Eisenhower Adlai Stevenson
Party Republican Democratic
Home state New York[2] Illinois
Running mate Richard Nixon John Sparkman
Electoral vote 27 0
Popular vote 2,457,327 2,013,920
Percentage 54.84% 44.94%

Illinois Presidential Election Results 1952.svg
County Results

President before election

Harry S. Truman
Democratic

Elected President

Dwight D. Eisenhower
Republican

The 1952 United States presidential election in Illinois took place on November 4, 1952, as part of the 1952 United States presidential election. State voters chose twenty seven representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.[3]

Illinois was won by Columbia University President Dwight D. Eisenhower (RKansas), running with Senator Richard Nixon, with 54.84% of the popular vote, against Adlai Stevenson (DIllinois), running with Senator John Sparkman, with 44.94% of the popular vote. Despite Stevenson’s popularity as Governor of his home state, he would lose Illinois twice by double digits and even lose his home county (Cook) – which no Democrat since except George McGovern in 1972 has lost.[4]

Eisenhower was the first Republican presidential candidate ever to carry Dixie-leaning Union County,[4] which alongside his triumphs in Indiana’s Brown County and Dubois County[5] meant that every antebellum free state county had as of 1952 voted for a Republican presidential candidate at least once.[a]

Election information

The primaries and general elections coincided with those for congress and those for state offices.[6]

Turnout

The total vote in the state-run primary elections (Democratic and Republican) was 1,872,435.[6][7]

Turnout during the general election was 84.49%, with 4,481,058 votes cast.[6][8][9]

Primaries

Both major parties held non-binding state-run preferential primaries on April 8.[6][7]

Democratic

1952 Illinois Democratic presidential primary

← 1948 April 8, 1952 (1952-04-08) 1956 →
 
SenatorKefauver(D-TN).jpg
AdlaiEStevenson1900-1965.jpg
Candidate Estes Kefauver Adlai Stevenson
Home state Tennessee Illinois
Popular vote 526,301 54,336
Percentage 87.70% 9.05%

The 1952 Illinois Democratic presidential primary was held on April 8, 1952 in the U.S. state of Illinois as one of the Democratic Party's state primaries ahead of the 1952 presidential election.

The popular vote was a non-binding "beauty contest". Delegates were instead elected by direct votes by congressional district on delegate candidates.[6]

Estes Kefauver, the only declared candidate included in the Illinois primary, won in a landslide.

Incumbent president Harry S. Truman had already declared he would not be seeking reelection.

Adlai Stevenson II, the Governor of Illinois, was not a declared candidate at the time of the primary, and was, in fact, on the same day, running for renomination as Governor of Illinois.[6][7] He would only become a candidate after being drafted at the Democratic National Convention. Nonetheless, he placed second in the Illinois primary.[6][7]

1952 Illinois Democratic presidential primary[6][7]
Candidate Votes %
Estes Kefauver 526,301 87.70
Adlai E. Stevenson 54,336 9.05
Harry S. Truman 9,024 1.50
Dwight Eisenhower 6,655 1.11
Write-ins 3,798 0.63
Total 600,114 100

Republican

1952 Illinois Republican presidential primary

← 1948 April 8, 1952 (1952-04-08) 1956 →
 
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EisenhowerChiefofStaffPortrait (1).jpg
Candidate Robert A. Taft Harold Stassen Dwight D. Eisenhower
Home state Ohio Minnesota Kansas
Popular vote 935,867 155,041 147,518
Percentage 73.56% 12.19% 11.59%

The 1952 Illinois Republican presidential primary was held on April 8, 1952 in the U.S. state of Illinois as one of the Republican Party's state primaries ahead of the 1952 presidential election.

The preference vote was a "beauty contest". Delegates were instead selected by direct-vote in each congressional districts on delegate candidates.[6]

1952 Illinois Republican presidential primary[6][7]
Candidate Votes %
Robert A. Taft 935,867 73.56
Harold E. Stassen 155,041 12.19
Dwight Eisenhower 147,518 11.59
Riley Alvin Bender 22,321 1.75
Douglas MacArthur 7,504 0.59
Earl Warren 2,841 0.22
Write-ins 1,229 0.10
Total 1,272,321 100

General election

1952 United States presidential election in Illinois[6]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower 2,457,327 54.84%
Democratic Adlai Stevenson 2,013,920 44.94%
Socialist Labor Eric Hass 9,363 0.21%
Write-ins Various candidates 448 0.01%
Total votes 4,481,058 100%

Results by county

County Dwight David Eisenhower
Republican
Adlai Stevenson II
Democratic
Various candidates
Other parties
Margin Total votes cast[9][6]
# % # % # % # %
Adams 19,652 59.60% 13,301 40.34% 21 0.06% 6,351 19.26% 32,974
Alexander 5,219 54.63% 4,305 45.06% 29 0.30% 914 9.57% 9,553
Bond 4,565 62.03% 2,776 37.72% 18 0.24% 1,789 24.31% 7,359
Boone 6,628 74.21% 2,287 25.60% 17 0.19% 4,341 48.60% 8,932
Brown 2,137 57.77% 1,557 42.09% 5 0.14% 580 15.68% 3,699
Bureau 14,300 69.76% 6,173 30.12% 25 0.12% 8,127 39.65% 20,498
Calhoun 1,915 56.81% 1,454 43.13% 2 0.06% 461 13.68% 3,371
Carroll 6,978 72.87% 2,584 26.98% 14 0.15% 4,394 45.89% 9,576
Cass 4,152 54.88% 3,405 45.01% 8 0.11% 747 9.87% 7,565
Champaign 27,188 65.91% 13,951 33.82% 112 0.27% 13,237 32.09% 41,251
Christian 9,906 50.11% 9,844 49.80% 17 0.09% 62 0.31% 19,767
Clark 5,700 61.12% 3,621 38.83% 5 0.05% 2,079 22.29% 9,326
Clay 5,254 60.38% 3,432 39.44% 15 0.17% 1,822 20.94% 8,701
Clinton 6,760 58.18% 4,853 41.76% 7 0.06% 1,907 16.41% 11,620
Coles 12,660 61.59% 7,876 38.31% 20 0.10% 4,784 23.27% 20,556
Cook 1,188,973 50.21% 1,172,454 49.51% 6,512 0.28% 16,519 0.70% 2,367,939
Crawford 6,768 63.11% 3,947 36.81% 9 0.08% 2,821 26.31% 10,724
Cumberland 3,302 59.88% 2,200 39.90% 12 0.22% 1,102 19.99% 5,514
DeKalb 14,807 74.23% 5,110 25.62% 30 0.15% 9,697 48.61% 19,947
DeWitt 5,212 61.78% 3,221 38.18% 3 0.04% 1,991 23.60% 8,436
Douglas 5,530 67.10% 2,706 32.84% 5 0.06% 2,824 34.27% 8,241
DuPage 71,134 75.80% 22,489 23.97% 217 0.23% 48,645 51.84% 93,840
Edgar 8,323 64.56% 4,558 35.36% 10 0.08% 3,765 29.21% 12,891
Edwards 3,502 75.01% 1,162 24.89% 5 0.11% 2,340 50.12% 4,669
Effingham 6,530 57.79% 4,745 41.99% 25 0.22% 1,785 15.80% 11,300
Fayette 7,028 56.96% 5,299 42.95% 12 0.10% 1,729 14.01% 12,339
Ford 6,216 74.49% 2,121 25.42% 8 0.10% 4,095 49.07% 8,345
Franklin 11,723 49.33% 11,981 50.41% 62 0.26% -258 -1.09% 23,766
Fulton 13,302 61.13% 8,414 38.67% 44 0.20% 4,888 22.46% 21,760
Gallatin 2,300 51.56% 2,153 48.26% 8 0.18% 147 3.30% 4,461
Greene 5,019 54.96% 4,106 44.96% 7 0.08% 913 10.00% 9,132
Grundy 7,347 70.12% 3,118 29.76% 13 0.12% 4,229 40.36% 10,478
Hamilton 4,047 60.25% 2,662 39.63% 8 0.12% 1,385 20.62% 6,717
Hancock 9,181 66.14% 4,681 33.72% 19 0.14% 4,500 32.42% 13,881
Hardin 1,984 55.84% 1,563 43.99% 6 0.17% 421 11.85% 3,553
Henderson 2,839 65.98% 1,458 33.88% 6 0.14% 1,381 32.09% 4,303
Henry 16,301 65.49% 8,558 34.38% 33 0.13% 7,743 31.11% 24,892
Iroquois 12,456 72.81% 4,634 27.09% 17 0.10% 7,822 45.72% 17,107
Jackson 10,193 57.67% 7,457 42.19% 24 0.14% 2,736 15.48% 17,674
Jasper 3,753 57.82% 2,728 42.03% 10 0.15% 1,025 15.79% 6,491
Jefferson 9,841 53.03% 8,698 46.87% 19 0.10% 1,143 6.16% 18,558
Jersey 4,031 54.03% 3,424 45.89% 6 0.08% 607 8.14% 7,461
Jo Daviess 7,132 71.30% 2,858 28.57% 13 0.13% 4,274 42.73% 10,003
Johnson 3,327 67.25% 1,614 32.63% 6 0.12% 1,713 34.63% 4,947
Kane 50,801 67.78% 24,058 32.10% 96 0.13% 26,743 35.68% 74,955
Kankakee 20,279 61.44% 12,636 38.29% 90 0.27% 7,643 23.16% 33,005
Kendall 4,982 77.11% 1,476 22.84% 3 0.05% 3,506 54.26% 6,461
Knox 18,569 64.16% 10,354 35.78% 17 0.06% 8,215 28.39% 28,940
Lake 54,929 62.83% 32,353 37.01% 145 0.17% 22,576 25.82% 87,427
LaSalle 32,857 60.54% 21,321 39.28% 99 0.18% 11,536 21.25% 54,277
Lawrence 6,207 61.54% 3,875 38.42% 4 0.04% 2,332 23.12% 10,086
Lee 11,941 71.71% 4,700 28.23% 10 0.06% 7,241 43.49% 16,651
Livingston 14,095 71.45% 5,612 28.45% 20 0.10% 8,483 43.00% 19,727
Logan 9,162 64.39% 5,048 35.48% 19 0.13% 4,114 28.91% 14,229
Macon 25,744 53.56% 22,277 46.35% 45 0.09% 3,467 7.21% 48,066
Macoupin 12,336 48.67% 12,944 51.07% 68 0.27% -608 -2.40% 25,348
Madison 36,206 41.60% 50,734 58.29% 99 0.11% -14,528 -16.69% 87,039
Marion 10,804 53.64% 9,317 46.26% 19 0.09% 1,487 7.38% 20,140
Marshall 4,850 67.35% 2,343 32.54% 8 0.11% 2,507 34.81% 7,201
Mason 4,982 61.91% 3,061 38.04% 4 0.05% 1,921 23.87% 8,047
Massac 4,212 60.78% 2,711 39.12% 7 0.10% 1,501 21.66% 6,930
McDonough 10,126 72.06% 3,922 27.91% 5 0.04% 6,204 44.15% 14,053
McHenry 20,975 74.23% 7,218 25.54% 64 0.23% 13,757 48.69% 28,257
McLean 24,494 64.75% 13,296 35.15% 36 0.10% 11,198 29.60% 37,826
Menard 3,307 62.92% 1,946 37.02% 3 0.06% 1,361 25.89% 5,256
Mercer 6,416 70.53% 2,679 29.45% 2 0.02% 3,737 41.08% 9,097
Monroe 4,528 65.07% 2,430 34.92% 1 0.01% 2,098 30.15% 6,959
Montgomery 10,014 54.95% 8,195 44.97% 16 0.09% 1,819 9.98% 18,225
Morgan 10,405 61.04% 6,637 38.94% 4 0.02% 3,768 22.10% 17,046
Moultrie 3,880 59.12% 2,675 40.76% 8 0.12% 1,205 18.36% 6,563
Ogle 13,351 77.79% 3,796 22.12% 16 0.09% 9,555 55.67% 17,163
Peoria 49,245 59.09% 33,955 40.74% 139 0.17% 15,290 18.35% 83,339
Perry 6,580 55.19% 5,340 44.79% 3 0.03% 1,240 10.40% 11,923
Piatt 4,701 67.82% 2,220 32.03% 11 0.16% 2,481 35.79% 6,932
Pike 6,382 54.97% 5,219 44.95% 10 0.09% 1,163 10.02% 11,611
Pope 1,947 67.53% 933 32.36% 3 0.10% 1,014 35.17% 2,883
Pulaski 3,447 58.88% 2,397 40.95% 10 0.17% 1,050 17.94% 5,854
Putnam 1,691 62.56% 1,010 37.37% 2 0.07% 681 25.19% 2,703
Randolph 8,427 54.59% 6,998 45.33% 13 0.08% 1,429 9.26% 15,438
Richland 5,569 68.42% 2,565 31.51% 5 0.06% 3,004 36.91% 8,139
Rock Island 32,933 54.07% 27,879 45.77% 100 0.16% 5,054 8.30% 60,912
Saline 9,206 54.13% 7,771 45.70% 29 0.17% 1,435 8.44% 17,006
Sangamon 39,392 53.99% 33,526 45.95% 50 0.07% 5,866 8.04% 72,968
Schuyler 3,295 61.30% 2,076 38.62% 4 0.07% 1,219 22.68% 5,375
Scott 2,298 60.36% 1,506 39.56% 3 0.08% 792 20.80% 3,807
Shelby 7,189 57.65% 5,268 42.25% 12 0.10% 1,921 15.41% 12,469
St. Clair 39,713 39.51% 60,311 60.01% 479 0.48% -20,598 -20.49% 100,503
Stark 3,398 75.51% 1,100 24.44% 2 0.04% 2,298 51.07% 4,500
Stephenson 14,446 68.51% 6,605 31.32% 35 0.17% 7,841 37.19% 21,086
Tazewell 20,763 55.14% 16,862 44.78% 28 0.07% 3,901 10.36% 37,653
Union 4,658 51.97% 4,296 47.93% 9 0.10% 362 4.04% 8,963
Vermilion 25,367 57.36% 18,771 42.44% 88 0.20% 6,596 14.91% 44,226
Wabash 4,246 61.38% 2,661 38.47% 10 0.14% 1,585 22.91% 6,917
Warren 8,020 72.88% 2,973 27.02% 11 0.10% 5,047 45.87% 11,004
Washington 5,546 66.17% 2,824 33.70% 11 0.13% 2,722 32.48% 8,381
Wayne 6,495 62.34% 3,911 37.54% 12 0.12% 2,584 24.80% 10,418
White 6,141 58.87% 4,284 41.07% 6 0.06% 1,857 17.80% 10,431
Whiteside 17,294 73.28% 6,238 26.43% 67 0.28% 11,056 46.85% 23,599
Will 38,533 56.34% 29,749 43.50% 110 0.16% 8,784 12.84% 68,392
Williamson 13,348 55.10% 10,838 44.74% 37 0.15% 2,510 10.36% 24,223
Winnebago 43,468 57.95% 31,409 41.88% 127 0.17% 12,059 16.08% 75,004
Woodford 8,022 70.94% 3,273 28.94% 13 0.11% 4,749 42.00% 11,308
Totals 2,457,327 54.84% 2,013,920 44.94% 9,811 0.22% 443,407 9.90% 4,481,058

Notes

  1. ^ These three counties, and Wells County, Indiana which flipped Republican in 1944, were the only antebellum free state counties to vote Democratic in all three landslide losses in 1920 (only 41 counties outside antebellum slave states voted for Cox), 1924 and 1928.

See also

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1952 - Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved July 25, 2017.
  2. ^ "U.S. presidential election, 1952". Facts on File. Archived from the original on October 29, 2013. Retrieved October 24, 2013. Eisenhower, born in Texas, considered a resident of New York, and headquartered at the time in Paris, finally decided to run for the Republican nomination
  3. ^ "1952 Presidential Election Results Illinois".
  4. ^ a b Menendez, Albert J.; The Geography of Presidential Elections in the United States, 1868-2004, pp. 180-187 ISBN 0786422173
  5. ^ Menendez; The Geography of Presidential Elections in the United States, pp. 187-192
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "OFFICIAL VOTE of the STATE OF ILLINOIS Cast at the GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 4, 1952 JUDICIAL ELECTION, 1951 • PRIMARY ELECTION GENERAL PRIMARY, APRIL 8 1952" (PDF). Illinois State Board of Elections. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  7. ^ a b c d e f Illinois Blue Book 1953-1952. Illinois Secretary of State. p. 756. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  8. ^ "OFFICIAL VOTE Cast at the GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 2, 1982" (PDF). www.elections.il.gov. Illinois State Board of Elections. Retrieved 4 July 2020.
  9. ^ a b Scammon, Richard M. (compiler); America at the Polls: A Handbook of Presidential Election Statistics 1920-1964; pp. 132-133 ISBN 0405077114
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