Most Republican and Democrat US States in the 1992 Election

These are the 5 most democrat and the 5 most republican states in the 1992 presidential election, Have Fun!
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Not including D.C. because D.C. is not a state! I understand the argument that since D.C. has electoral votes it should count, but it would be in first place for the democrats every time anyway, so just imagine that it is on the top.
Nebraska and Maine count as the whole state, not the individual districts.
*Ross Perot came second in this state.
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Republican (George H.W. Bush)
49.68%
Mississippi
48.02
South Carolina
47.65
Alabama
46.58
Nebraska
44.97
Virginia
Democrat (Bill Clinton)
53.21%
Arkansas
49.8
Maryland
49.73
New York
48.58
Illinois
48.41
West Virginia
Independent (Ross Perot)
30.44%*
Maine
28.43
Alaska
27.34*
Utah
27.05
Idaho
26.99
Kansas
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Oct 28, 2020
How about adding Perot? He was pretty popular, especially in the 1992 election.
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Oct 28, 2020
He actually came in second in two states, and in the summer of that year he was polling higher than Clinton and Bush, so yeah I will let him on!
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Oct 28, 2020
Added!