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2016 United States presidential election in Tennessee

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2016 United States presidential election in Tennessee

← 2012 November 8, 2016 2020 →
Turnout62% Increase[1]
 
Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Nominee Donald Trump Hillary Clinton
Party Republican Democratic
Home state New York New York
Running mate Mike Pence Tim Kaine
Electoral vote 11 0
Popular vote 1,522,925 870,695
Percentage 60.72% 34.72%

Tennessee Presidential Election Results 2016.svg
County Results

President before election

Barack Obama
Democratic

Elected President

Donald Trump
Republican

Treemap of the popular vote by county.
Treemap of the popular vote by county.

The 2016 United States presidential election in Tennessee was held on November 8, 2016, as part of the 2016 General Election in which all 50 states plus the District of Columbia participated. Tennessee voters chose electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting the Republican Party's nominee, businessman Donald Trump, and running mate Indiana Governor Mike Pence against Democratic Party nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.

On March 1, 2016, in the presidential primaries, Tennessee voters expressed their preferences for the Democratic and Republican parties' respective nominees for president. Registered members of each party only voted in their party's primary, while voters who were unaffiliated chose any one primary in which to vote.

Donald Trump won the election in the Volunteer State with 60.7% of the vote. Hillary Clinton received 34.7% of the vote.[2] This is the largest margin of victory for a presidential candidate for either party since 1972 with Richard Nixon, and also the first time since that either party has earned over 60% of the vote in Tennessee.

Tennessee was one of eleven states Bill Clinton won in 1992 and 1996 which Hillary Clinton lost.

Background

Tennessee has not voted for a Democratic presidential nominee since 1996. In 2012, Republican nominee Mitt Romney won the state by a margin of more than twenty points, due to the unpopularity of the Obama administration in the conservative state. Typically Democrats do very well in the urban regions of Memphis and Nashville, while Republicans dominate the rural and suburban areas. Tennessee is considered a safe Republican state. In 2016, it stayed that way with Trump winning the state with 60.7% of the vote.

Primary elections

Democratic primary

Results
Democratic primary results by county.  Bernie Sanders   Hillary Clinton
Democratic primary results by county.
  Bernie Sanders
  Hillary Clinton
Tennessee Democratic primary, March 1, 2016
Candidate Popular vote Estimated delegates
Count Percentage Pledged Unpledged Total
Hillary Clinton 245,930 66.07% 44 7 51
Bernie Sanders 120,800 32.45% 23 0 23
Martin O'Malley (withdrawn) 2,025 0.54%
Uncommitted 3,467 0.93% 0 1 1
Total 372,222 100% 67 8 75
Source: The Green Papers

Republican primary

2016 Tennessee Republican primary

← 2012 March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01) 2020 →
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TX →
 
Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress (cropped 2).jpg
Marco Rubio, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg
Candidate Donald Trump Ted Cruz Marco Rubio
Home state New York Texas Florida
Delegate count 33 16 9
Popular vote 333,180 211,471 181,274
Percentage 38.94% 24.71% 21.18%

 
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg
Governor John Kasich.jpg
Candidate Ben Carson John Kasich
Home state Maryland Ohio
Delegate count 0 0
Popular vote 64,951 45,301
Percentage 7.59% 5.29%

Tennessee Republican Presidential Primary Election Results by County, 2016.svg
Tennessee results by county
  Donald Trump
  Marco Rubio


Tennessee Republican primary, March 1, 2016
Candidate Votes Percentage Actual delegate count
Bound Unbound Total
Donald Trump 333,180 38.94% 33 0 33
Ted Cruz 211,471 24.71% 16 0 16
Marco Rubio 181,274 21.18% 9 0 9
Ben Carson 64,951 7.59% 0 0 0
John Kasich 45,301 5.29% 0 0 0
Jeb Bush (withdrawn) 9,551 1.12% 0 0 0
Mike Huckabee (withdrawn) 2,415 0.28% 0 0 0
Rand Paul (withdrawn) 2,350 0.27% 0 0 0
Uncommitted 1,849 0.22% 0 0 0
Chris Christie (withdrawn) 1,256 0.15% 0 0 0
Carly Fiorina (withdrawn) 715 0.08% 0 0 0
Rick Santorum (withdrawn) 710 0.08% 0 0 0
Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) 267 0.03% 0 0 0
Lindsey Graham (withdrawn) 253 0.03% 0 0 0
George Pataki (withdrawn) 186 0.02% 0 0 0
Unprojected delegates: 0 0 0
Total: 855,729 100.00% 58 0 58
Source: The Green Papers

Polling

General election

Predictions

  1. CNN: Solid Trump[3]
  2. Cook Political Report: Solid Trump[4]
  3. Electoral-vote.com: Likely Trump[5]
  4. Los Angeles Times: Solid Trump[6]
  5. NBC: Likely Trump^[7]
  6. RealClearPolitics: Likely Trump[8]
  7. Sabato's Crystal Ball: Safe Trump[9]

^Highest rating given

Results

2016 United States presidential election in Tennessee[10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Donald Trump/Mike Pence 1,522,925 60.72%
Democratic Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine 870,695 34.72%
Libertarian Gary Johnson 70,397 2.81%
Green Jill Stein 15,993 0.64%
Independent Evan McMullin (write-in) 11,991 0.48%
Independent Mike Smith 7,276 0.29%
Reform Rocky De La Fuente 4,075 0.16%
Socialist Workers Alyson Kennedy 2,877 0.12%
Independent Write-in 1,798 0.07%
Total votes 2,508,027 100.00%

By congressional district

Trump won 7 of 9 congressional districts.[11]

District Trump Clinton Representative
1st 76% 20% Phil Roe
2nd 65% 30% Jimmy Duncan
3rd 61% 38% Chuck Fleischmann
4th 68% 27% Scott DesJarlais
5th 38% 56% Jim Cooper
6th 72% 24% Diane Black
7th 67% 28% Marsha Blackburn
8th 66% 31% Stephen Fincher
David Kustoff
9th 20% 77% Steve Cohen

By county

County Clinton% Clinton# Trump% Trump# Others% Others# Total
Anderson 30.16% 9,013 64.30% 19,212 5.54% 1,656 29,881
Bedford 22.11% 3,395 74.80% 11,486 3.09% 474 15,355
Benton 23.29% 1,474 74.53% 4,716 2.18% 138 6,328
Bledsoe 19.23% 897 77.66% 3,622 3.11% 145 4,664
Blount 23.18% 12,100 71.72% 37,443 5.10% 2,665 52,208
Bradley 18.28% 7,070 76.99% 29,768 4.73% 1,828 38,666
Campbell 17.94% 2,248 78.76% 9,870 3.30% 414 12,532
Cannon 21.21% 1,127 75.40% 4,007 3.39% 180 5,314
Carroll 22.41% 2,327 74.69% 7,756 2.90% 301 10,384
Carter 16.38% 3,453 80.15% 16,898 3.48% 733 21,084
Cheatham 24.35% 3,878 70.94% 11,297 4.70% 749 15,924
Chester 19.10% 1,243 78.09% 5,081 2.81% 183 6,507
Claiborne 17.06% 1,832 80.09% 8,602 2.85% 306 10,740
Clay 24.21% 707 73.32% 2,141 2.47% 72 2,920
Cocke 16.34% 1,981 80.74% 9,791 2.92% 354 12,126
Coffee 23.75% 4,743 72.19% 14,417 4.06% 811 19,971
Crockett 24.14% 1,303 73.78% 3,982 2.08% 112 5,397
Cumberland 19.73% 5,202 77.44% 20,413 2.83% 745 26,360
Davidson 59.77% 148,864 33.95% 84,550 6.29% 15,654 249,068
Decatur 19.47% 894 78.14% 3,588 2.40% 110 4,592
DeKalb 22.56% 1,569 74.35% 5,171 3.09% 215 6,955
Dickson 25.25% 4,722 70.77% 13,233 3.98% 744 18,699
Dyer 21.12% 2,816 76.33% 10,180 2.55% 340 13,336
Fayette 30.29% 5,874 67.31% 13,055 2.40% 465 19,394
Fentress 15.00% 1,100 82.34% 6,038 2.66% 195 7,333
Franklin 26.66% 4,374 70.30% 11,532 3.04% 498 16,404
Gibson 26.90% 5,258 70.53% 13,786 2.57% 503 19,547
Giles 26.19% 2,917 71.56% 7,970 2.24% 250 11,137
Grainger 14.41% 1,154 82.74% 6,626 2.85% 228 8,008
Greene 17.88% 4,216 78.71% 18,562 3.41% 805 23,583
Grundy 20.97% 999 76.34% 3,636 2.69% 128 4,763
Hamblen 19.69% 4,075 76.63% 15,857 3.67% 760 20,692
Hamilton 38.84% 55,316 55.29% 78,733 5.87% 8,359 142,408
Hancock 14.43% 322 82.61% 1,843 2.96% 66 2,231
Hardeman 45.13% 4,185 53.05% 4,919 1.82% 169 9,273
Hardin 16.30% 1,622 80.53% 8,012 3.17% 315 9,949
Hawkins 16.88% 3,507 80.14% 16,648 2.98% 619 20,774
Haywood 54.30% 3,711 44.09% 3,013 1.61% 110 6,834
Henderson 17.62% 1,800 79.65% 8,138 2.73% 279 10,217
Henry 23.66% 3,063 73.45% 9,508 2.89% 374 12,945
Hickman 23.35% 1,824 72.89% 5,695 3.76% 294 7,813
Houston 27.34% 866 68.88% 2,182 3.79% 120 3,168
Humphreys 27.50% 1,967 68.92% 4,930 3.58% 256 7,153
Jackson 25.28% 1,129 72.46% 3,236 2.26% 101 4,466
Jefferson 18.32% 3,494 77.47% 14,776 4.21% 802 19,072
Johnson 15.02% 988 82.23% 5,410 2.75% 181 6,579
Knox 34.80% 62,878 58.53% 105,767 6.67% 12,052 180,697
Lake 29.29% 577 68.88% 1,357 1.83% 36 1,970
Lauderdale 37.79% 3,056 60.39% 4,884 1.82% 147 8,087
Lawrence 18.01% 2,821 79.28% 12,420 2.71% 425 15,666
Lewis 19.26% 890 77.56% 3,585 3.18% 147 4,622
Lincoln 19.13% 2,554 77.90% 10,398 2.97% 396 13,348
Loudon 21.03% 4,919 75.29% 17,610 3.69% 862 23,391
Macon 14.29% 1,072 83.46% 6,263 2.25% 169 7,504
Madison 40.52% 15,448 55.97% 21,335 3.51% 1,337 38,120
Marion 26.07% 2,832 70.85% 7,696 3.07% 334 10,862
Marshall 24.90% 2,852 71.44% 8,184 3.66% 419 11,455
Maury 28.38% 10,038 67.29% 23,799 4.33% 1,532 35,369
McMinn 18.72% 3,510 78.33% 14,691 2.95% 554 18,755
McNairy 18.41% 1,848 78.11% 7,841 3.48% 349 10,038
Meigs 19.81% 856 77.36% 3,342 2.82% 122 4,320
Monroe 18.64% 3,186 78.24% 13,374 3.12% 533 17,093
Montgomery 37.66% 21,699 56.13% 32,341 6.21% 3,580 57,620
Moore 16.95% 496 79.46% 2,325 3.59% 105 2,926
Morgan 15.72% 1,054 81.15% 5,441 3.13% 210 6,705
Obion 19.81% 2,426 77.77% 9,526 2.42% 297 12,249
Overton 23.64% 1,945 73.63% 6,059 2.73% 225 8,229
Perry 20.91% 597 75.90% 2,167 3.19% 91 2,855
Pickett 20.50% 536 77.28% 2,021 2.22% 58 2,615
Polk 19.20% 1,252 78.17% 5,097 2.62% 171 6,520
Putnam 25.18% 6,851 69.83% 19,002 4.99% 1,359 27,212
Rhea 17.56% 1,942 78.29% 8,660 4.16% 460 11,062
Roane 22.32% 4,837 73.28% 15,880 4.39% 952 21,669
Robertson 24.48% 6,637 71.59% 19,410 3.93% 1,066 27,113
Rutherford 34.17% 36,706 60.05% 64,515 5.78% 6,215 107,436
Scott 13.11% 934 84.85% 6,044 2.04% 145 7,123
Sequatchie 18.49% 1,053 77.99% 4,441 3.51% 200 5,694
Sevier 17.34% 6,297 78.84% 28,629 3.82% 1,386 36,312
Shelby 61.95% 208,992 34.48% 116,344 3.57% 12,047 337,383
Smith 22.71% 1,689 73.88% 5,494 3.40% 253 7,436
Stewart 23.06% 1,222 72.92% 3,864 4.02% 213 5,299
Sullivan 20.20% 12,578 75.43% 46,979 4.37% 2,721 62,278
Sumner 25.40% 18,161 70.11% 50,129 4.50% 3,215 71,505
Tipton 24.64% 5,785 72.02% 16,910 3.35% 786 23,481
Trousdale 29.94% 946 66.55% 2,103 3.51% 111 3,160
Unicoi 17.54% 1,262 78.82% 5,671 3.64% 262 7,195
Union 16.20% 1,012 80.89% 5,053 2.91% 182 6,247
Van Buren 22.28% 539 75.24% 1,820 2.48% 60 2,419
Warren 25.97% 3,535 70.09% 9,540 3.95% 537 13,612
Washington 26.18% 13,024 68.85% 34,252 4.97% 2,474 49,750
Wayne 12.24% 717 85.98% 5,036 1.78% 104 5,857
Weakley 22.75% 2,772 73.93% 9,008 3.32% 404 12,184
White 18.78% 1,845 78.08% 7,671 3.15% 309 9,825
Williamson 29.18% 31,013 64.19% 68,212 6.63% 7,046 106,271
Wilson 25.36% 14,385 69.46% 39,406 5.19% 2,943 56,734

Counties that swung from Democratic to Republican

See also

References

  1. ^ Plazas, David. "How Tennessee could exceed voter turnout from the 2016 presidential election | Plazas". Tennessean=November 6, 2018. Retrieved August 6, 2020.
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  4. ^ "2016 Electoral Scorecard". The Cook Political Report. 7 November 2016. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  5. ^ "2016 Predicted Electoral Map". Electoral-vote.com. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
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  8. ^ "2016 Election Maps - Battle for White House". RealClearPolitics. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
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