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1972 United States presidential election in Arkansas

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1972 United States presidential election in Arkansas

← 1968 November 7, 1972[1] 1976 →
 
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Nominee Richard Nixon George McGovern
Party Republican Democratic
Home state California South Dakota
Running mate Spiro Agnew Sargent Shriver
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 445,751 198,899
Percentage 68.8% 30.7%

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County Results
Nixon
  50-60%
  60-70%
  70-80%
  80-90%


President before election

Richard Nixon
Republican

Elected President

Richard Nixon
Republican

The 1972 United States presidential election in Arkansas took place on November 7, 1972, as part of the 1972 United States presidential election. Arkansas voters chose six[2] representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Arkansas was won by incumbent President Richard Nixon (RCalifornia), with 68.82% of the popular vote, against George McGovern (DSouth Dakota), with 30.71% of the popular vote.[3][4] John G. Schmitz was the only other candidate on the ballot, and, as the candidate for the American Independent Party, he received just over three thousand votes.

In a state that would reflect McGovern's national results,[5][6] the Democratic nominee did not win a single county in Arkansas. This marked the first time that Arkansas had voted Republican in a presidential election since Ulysses S. Grant carried the state in 1872, and remains the best showing in the state by a Republican presidential candidate. As of the 2020 presidential election, this is the last election in which Phillips County, Jefferson County, Lee County, Chicot County, and Desha County voted for a Republican presidential candidate.[7]

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Results

1972 United States presidential election in Arkansas
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Richard Nixon (inc.) 445,751 68.82%
Democratic George McGovern 198,899 30.71%
American Independent John G. Schmitz 3,016 0.47%
Total votes 647,666 100%

Results by county

County Richard Milhous Nixon
Republican
George Stanley McGovern
Democratic
John George Schmitz
American Independent
Margin Totals votes cast
# % # % # % # %
Arkansas 5,225 73.46% 1,849 25.99% 39 0.55% 3,376 47.46% 7,113
Ashley 5,506 76.44% 1,680 23.32% 17 0.24% 3,826 53.12% 7,203
Baxter 6,754 70.65% 2,677 28.00% 129 1.35% 4,077 42.65% 9,560
Benton 14,621 77.86% 4,083 21.74% 74 0.39% 10,538 56.12% 18,778
Boone 5,484 74.49% 1,862 25.29% 16 0.22% 3,622 49.20% 7,362
Bradley 3,218 69.74% 1,368 29.65% 28 0.61% 1,850 40.10% 4,614
Calhoun 1,298 64.26% 707 35.00% 15 0.74% 591 29.26% 2,020
Carroll 3,565 70.09% 1,401 27.55% 120 2.36% 2,164 42.55% 5,086
Chicot 2,858 65.96% 1,469 33.90% 6 0.14% 1,389 32.06% 4,333
Clark 4,173 59.96% 2,741 39.38% 46 0.66% 1,432 20.57% 6,960
Clay 4,381 69.39% 1,933 30.61% 0 0.00% 2,448 38.77% 6,314
Cleburne 2,870 67.15% 1,400 32.76% 4 0.09% 1,470 34.39% 4,274
Cleveland 1,837 71.45% 734 28.55% 0 0.00% 1,103 42.90% 2,571
Columbia 5,801 72.30% 2,193 27.33% 29 0.36% 3,608 44.97% 8,023
Conway 4,187 58.11% 3,009 41.76% 9 0.12% 1,178 16.35% 7,205
Craighead 11,312 65.94% 5,843 34.06% 0 0.00% 5,469 31.88% 17,155
Crawford 6,974 81.41% 1,520 17.74% 72 0.84% 5,454 63.67% 8,566
Crittenden 7,971 71.06% 3,246 28.94% 0 0.00% 4,725 42.12% 11,217
Cross 3,743 72.78% 1,221 23.74% 179 3.48% 2,522 49.04% 5,143
Dallas 2,152 60.55% 1,402 39.45% 0 0.00% 750 21.10% 3,554
Desha 3,385 66.92% 1,665 32.92% 8 0.16% 1,720 34.01% 5,058
Drew 3,334 74.06% 1,168 25.94% 0 0.00% 2,166 48.11% 4,502
Faulkner 6,746 59.44% 4,604 40.56% 0 0.00% 2,142 18.87% 11,350
Franklin 3,678 74.60% 1,252 25.40% 0 0.00% 2,426 49.21% 4,930
Fulton 2,030 67.89% 960 32.11% 0 0.00% 1,070 35.79% 2,990
Garland 15,602 73.90% 5,207 24.66% 303 1.44% 10,395 49.24% 21,112
Grant 2,414 67.41% 1,147 32.03% 20 0.56% 1,267 35.38% 3,581
Greene 6,128 73.03% 2,263 26.97% 0 0.00% 3,865 46.06% 8,391
Hempstead 4,963 70.80% 2,047 29.20% 0 0.00% 2,916 41.60% 7,010
Hot Spring 5,378 64.54% 2,872 34.47% 83 1.00% 2,506 30.07% 8,333
Howard 2,682 71.50% 1,069 28.50% 0 0.00% 1,613 43.00% 3,751
Independence 5,076 65.74% 2,630 34.06% 15 0.19% 2,446 31.68% 7,721
Izard 2,001 64.26% 1,108 35.58% 5 0.16% 893 28.68% 3,114
Jackson 4,196 66.73% 2,092 33.27% 0 0.00% 2,104 33.46% 6,288
Jefferson 16,888 61.95% 10,346 37.95% 26 0.10% 6,542 24.00% 27,260
Johnson 4,107 66.76% 2,045 33.24% 0 0.00% 2,062 33.52% 6,152
Lafayette 2,460 71.91% 952 27.83% 9 0.26% 1,508 44.08% 3,421
Lawrence 3,981 69.45% 1,751 30.55% 0 0.00% 2,230 38.90% 5,732
Lee 3,540 64.59% 1,907 34.79% 34 0.62% 1,633 29.79% 5,481
Lincoln 2,318 67.52% 1,115 32.48% 0 0.00% 1,203 35.04% 3,433
Little River 2,550 70.04% 1,091 29.96% 0 0.00% 1,459 40.07% 3,641
Logan 4,964 71.42% 1,956 28.14% 30 0.43% 3,008 43.28% 6,950
Lonoke 5,298 67.62% 2,504 31.96% 33 0.42% 2,794 35.66% 7,835
Madison 3,372 64.09% 1,889 35.91% 0 0.00% 1,483 28.19% 5,261
Marion 2,331 66.66% 1,108 31.68% 58 1.66% 1,223 34.97% 3,497
Miller 8,355 74.53% 2,855 25.47% 0 0.00% 5,500 49.06% 11,210
Mississippi 10,931 74.73% 3,544 24.23% 152 1.04% 7,387 50.50% 14,627
Monroe 2,897 63.45% 1,578 34.56% 91 1.99% 1,319 28.89% 4,566
Montgomery 1,555 68.17% 688 30.16% 38 1.67% 867 38.01% 2,281
Nevada 2,513 68.07% 1,179 31.93% 0 0.00% 1,334 36.13% 3,692
Newton 1,924 69.84% 831 30.16% 0 0.00% 1,093 39.67% 2,755
Ouachita 6,620 62.68% 3,931 37.22% 11 0.10% 2,689 25.46% 10,562
Perry 1,445 63.88% 810 35.81% 7 0.31% 635 28.07% 2,262
Phillips 6,235 58.90% 4,283 40.46% 68 0.64% 1,952 18.44% 10,586
Pike 2,316 73.69% 798 25.39% 29 0.92% 1,518 48.30% 3,143
Poinsett 7,010 77.91% 1,908 21.20% 80 0.89% 5,102 56.70% 8,998
Polk 3,609 74.83% 1,120 23.22% 94 1.95% 2,489 51.61% 4,823
Pope 6,917 67.52% 3,302 32.23% 25 0.24% 3,615 35.29% 10,244
Prairie 2,186 71.46% 873 28.54% 0 0.00% 1,313 42.92% 3,059
Pulaski 57,576 62.95% 33,611 36.75% 281 0.31% 23,965 26.20% 91,468
Randolph 2,578 62.83% 1,525 37.17% 0 0.00% 1,053 25.66% 4,103
St. Francis 5,692 65.95% 2,674 30.98% 265 3.07% 3,018 34.97% 8,631
Saline 7,972 63.64% 4,503 35.95% 52 0.42% 3,469 27.69% 12,527
Scott 2,424 75.87% 771 24.13% 0 0.00% 1,653 51.74% 3,195
Searcy 3,163 78.76% 853 21.24% 0 0.00% 2,310 57.52% 4,016
Sebastian 25,219 81.23% 5,770 18.58% 58 0.19% 19,449 62.64% 31,047
Sevier 2,526 69.91% 1,048 29.01% 39 1.08% 1,478 40.91% 3,613
Sharp 2,677 69.71% 1,154 30.05% 9 0.23% 1,523 39.66% 3,840
Stone 1,989 67.38% 958 32.45% 5 0.17% 1,031 34.93% 2,952
Union 11,925 76.72% 3,531 22.72% 87 0.56% 8,394 54.01% 15,543
Van Buren 2,622 61.91% 1,594 37.64% 19 0.45% 1,028 24.27% 4,235
Washington 17,523 70.94% 7,108 28.78% 70 0.28% 10,415 42.16% 24,701
White 8,701 67.24% 4,161 32.15% 79 0.61% 4,540 35.08% 12,941
Woodruff 1,989 61.73% 1,183 36.72% 50 1.55% 806 25.02% 3,222
Yell 3,310 66.48% 1,669 33.52% 0 0.00% 1,641 32.96% 4,979
Totals 445,751 68.82% 198,899 30.71% 3,016 0.47% 246,852 38.11% 647,666

References

  1. ^ "United States Presidential election of 1972 - Encyclopædia Britannica". Retrieved January 7, 2017.
  2. ^ "1972 Election for the Forty-Seventh Term (1973-77)". Retrieved January 7, 2017.
  3. ^ "1972 Presidential General Election Results - Arkansas". Retrieved January 7, 2017.
  4. ^ "The American Presidency Project - Election of 1972". Retrieved January 7, 2017.
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