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States that Swung the Most in the 2020 Presidential Election

Can you name the states that had the greatest change in the difference in voter percentage for each party between the 2016 and 2020 election?
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Last updated: November 14, 2020
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First submittedNovember 14, 2020
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Democrat
Change
State
+7.9
Colorado
+7.5
Delaware
+7.0
Maine
+6.9
New Hampshire
+6.9
Vermont
+6.3
Nebraska
+6.3
Connecticut
+5.5
Minnesota
+5.5
Kansas
+5.4
Georgia
Republican
Change
State
+9.5
New York
+2.8
Hawaii
+2.2
Utah
+2.2
Florida
+1.9
Mississippi
+1.9
D.C.
+1.1
Arkansas
+0.7
Illinois
+0.6
California
+0.04
Nevada
3 Comments
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Level 64
Jan 4, 2021
New York did not swing that much, in fact, it became more Democratic. They take a long time to count all of their votes, so while you read that it was 9.5 it actually wasn't. I would suggest changing the quiz with correct numbers.
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Level 71
Jun 3, 2021
I was just going to say, I can't really envision New York swinging that much. Even if Trump is from the state, he's incredibly unpopular there. Also, even if the Hispanic vote swung towards Republicans in 2020 more than 2016, I doubt it would make that much of a difference.
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Level 51
Jan 7, 2021
Yeah