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Biggest Landslides in US Presidential Elections

Based on percentage of the popular vote
source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_presidential_elections_by_popular_vote_margin
The popular vote was not recorded prior to the 1824 election, so the first nine US presidential elections are not included.
Quiz by joez
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First submittedOctober 27, 2016
Last updatedOctober 27, 2016
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victorious candidate
61.05
Lyndon Johnson
60.80
Franklin Roosevelt
60.67
Richard Nixon
60.32
Warren Harding
58.77
Ronald Reagan
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victorious candidate
58.21
Herbert Hoover
57.41
Franklin Roosevelt
57.37
Dwight Eisenhower
56.42
Theodore Roosevelt
55.93
Andrew Jackson
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level 59
Oct 27, 2016
You should make a quiz about the ratio of the number of states :) hint: Roosevelt got 48 states once
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level 69
Oct 27, 2016
Here it is. Biggest Electoral College Landslides. http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/170770/biggest-electoral-college-landslides
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level 69
Nov 1, 2016
In 1936, FDR did not carry Maine or Vermont. So he got 46 states as there were only 48 at the time.
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level 69
Oct 27, 2016
Not surprising that Herbert Hoover went from big winner in 1928 to big loser in 1932.
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level 59
Oct 27, 2016
yep :P
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level 59
Oct 28, 2016
Your other you wanted us to provide years. In this quiz you wanted names. Please specify in instructions whether you want names or years.
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level 69
Oct 28, 2016
It was in the column header. Sorry you missed it. I'll try to be more specific.