Bordering U.S. States that Voted the Most Different in 2016

These are the bordering U.S. States that voted the most different in 2016, Have Fun!
D.C. doesn't count, because most people won't think of D.C. as bordering Maryland or Virginia and same for the congressional districts for Nebraska and Maine.
And yes, when the data for the 2020 election comes in, I will either update this quiz or make another one for 2020.
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Difference
Margin
U.S. State
Difference: 68.49
+42.07
West Virginia
-26.42
Maryland
Difference: 51.21
+46.3
Wyoming
-4.91
Colorado
Difference: 47.48
+31.77
Idaho
-15.71
Washington
Difference: 47.39
+42.07
West Virginia
-5.32
Virginia
Difference: 46.9
+29.84
Kentucky
-17.06
Illinois
Difference: 45.29
+37.08
Oklahoma
-8.21
New Mexico
Difference
Margin
U.S. State
Difference: 42.75
+31.77
Idaho
-10.98
Oregon
Difference: 41.99
+37.08
Oklahoma
-4.91
Colorado
Difference: 41.35
+42.07
West Virginia
+0.72
Pennsylvania
Difference: 37.25
+35.73
North Dakota
-1.52
Minnesota
Difference: 36.23
+19.17
Indiana
-17.06
Illinois
Difference: 35.7
+18.64
Missouri
-17.06
Illinois
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