Biggest Popular Vote Margins

Which Presidential candidates have had the biggest gap between their popular vote total and that of their opponents.
Does not include elections where candidates ran unopposed.
Red denotes a Republican, Blue a Democrat, Green a Democratic-Republican, purple a Federalist, and orange an Whig.
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Last updated: February 2, 2021
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+ 45.6
Thomas Jefferson
+ 37.3
James Monroe
+ 32.3
James Madison
+ 26.2
Warren Harding
+ 25.2
Calvin Coolidge
+ 24.4
Franklin Roosevelt
+ 23.2
Richard Nixon
+ 22.6
Lyndon Johnson
+ 18.8
Theodore Roosevelt
+ 18.2
Ronald Reagan
+ 17.4
Herbert Hoover
+ 16.8
Andrew Jackson
+ 15.4
Dwight Eisenhower
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+ 14.4
Woodrow Wilson
+ 14.2
Martin Van Buren
+ 12.2
James Buchanan
+ 11.8
Ulysses S. Grant
+ 10.3
Abraham Lincoln
+ 8.50
Bill Clinton
+ 7.80
George H. W. Bush
+ 7.20
Barack Obama
+ 6.90
Franklin Pierce
+ 6.80
John Adams
+ 6.10
William McKinley
+ 6.10
William Harrison
+ 4.80
Zachary Taylor
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+ 4.50
Joe Biden
+ 4.50
Harry Truman
+ 3.00
Grover Cleveland
+ 2.40
George W. Bush
+ 2.10
Jimmy Carter
+ 1.40
James Polk
+ 0.17
John F. Kennedy
+ 0.11
James Garfield
- 0.80
Benjamin Harrison
- 2.11
Donald Trump
- 3.00
Rutherford B. Hayes
- 10.5
John Quincy Adams
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