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Most Popular Presidential Nominees in Texas


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Top 25 Most Popular:

  1. FDR, D, 88.1%
  2. FDR, D, 87.1%
  3. FDR, D, 80.9%
  4. Woodrow Wilson, D, 76.9%
  5. William Jennings Bryan, D, 74.0%
  6. John W. Davis, D, 73.7%
  7. Franklin Pierce, D, 73.1%
  8. Woodrow Wilson, D, 72.7%
  9. Alton B. Parker, D, 71.5%
  10. FDR, D, 71.4%
  11. Lewis Cass, D, 70.3%
  12. Samuel J. Tilden, D, 70.0%
  13. Grover Cleveland, D, 69.3%
  14. William Jennings Bryan, D, 68.0%
  15. James Buchanan, D, 66.6%
  16. Richard Nixon, R, 66.2%
  17. Harry S Truman, D, 66.0%
  18. Grover Cleveland, D, 65.7%
  19. Winfield Scott Hancock, D, 64.7%
  20. Ronald Reagan, R, 63.6%
  21. LBJ, D, 63.3%
  22. William Jennings Bryan, D, 63.1%
  23. George W. Bush, R, 61.1%
  24. George W. Bush, R, 59.3%
  25. James M Cox, D, 59.3%
  26. Mitt Romney, R, 57.2%
  27. Grover Cleveland, D, 56.7%
  28. George HW Bush, R, 56.0%
  29. John McCain, R, 55.5%
  30. Dwight D Eisenhower, R, 55.3%
  31. Ronald Reagan, R, 55.3%
  32. Dwight D Eisenhower, R, 53.1%
  33. Donald Trump, R, 52.2%
  34. Herbert Hoover, R, 51.8%
  35. Jimmy Carter, D, 51.1%
  36. JFK, D, 50.5%

Top 25 Least Popular:

  1. William Howard Taft, R, 9.5%
  2. Herbert Hoover, R, 11.1% *Worst performance by a president with no significant 3rd party dividing the vote%
  3. Alf Landon, R, 12.3%
  4. Thomas Dewey, R, 16.6%
  5. Charles Evans Hughes, R, 17.5%
  6. Wendell Wilkie, R, 18.9%
  7. Benjamin Harrison, R, 19.2%
  8. Calvin Coolidge, R, 19.8%
  9. Theodore Roosevelt, R, 21.9%
  10. WIlliam Howard Taft, R, 22.4%
  11. Warren G Harding, R, 23.5%
  12. James A Garfield, R, 24.0%
  13. Thomas Dewey, R, 24.3%
  14. Benjamin Harrison, R, 24.7%
  15. Winfield Scott W, 26.9%
  16. James G Blaine, R, 28.6%
  17. Zachary Taylor, W, 29.7%
  18. Rutherford B Hayes, R, 30.0%
  19. William McKinley, R, 30.8%
  20. William McKinley, R, 30.8%
  21. George McGovern, D, 33.2%
  22. Walter Mondale, D, 36.1%
  23. Barry Goldwater, R, 36.5%
  24. Bill Clinton, D, 37.1%
  25. Al Gore, D 38.0%
  26. John Kerry, D, 38.2%
  27. Richard Nixon, R, 39.9%
  28. George HW Bush, R, 40.1% *Won the state*
  29. Ulysses S. Grant, R, 40.7%
  30. Hubert Humphrey, D, 41.1% *Won the state*
  31. Barack Obama, D, 41.4%
  32. Jimmy Carter, D, 41.4%
  33. Hillary Clinton, D, 43.2%
  34. Michael Dukakis, D, 43.3%
  35. Barack Obama, D, 43.7%
  36. Bill Clinton, D, 43.8%
  37. Adlai Stevenson, D, 44.0%
  38. Adlai Stevenson, D, 46.7%
  39. Gerald Ford, R, 48.0%
  40. Al Smith, D, 48.1%
  41. Richard Nixon, R, 48.5%
  42. Bob Dole, R, 48.8% *Won the State*

Most Popular 3rd Parties (at least 5%): 

  1. John C. Breckinridge, Southern Dem, 75.5% 
  2. Horace Greeley, Liberal Republicans, 57.1% 
  3. Millard Fillmore, Know Nothing, 33.4% 
  4. John Bell, Constitutional Union, 24.5% 
  5. James B. Weaver, Populist, 23.6% **Best performance by a 3rd party with two major parties on the ballot**
  6. Ross Perot, Independent, 22.0%
  7. George Wallace, American Independent, 19.0%
  8. Unpledged delegates, Texas Regulars, 11.8%
  9. James B. Weaver, Greenback, 11.3%
  10. Pa Ferguson, American, 9.9%
  11. Strom Thurmond, Dixiecrat, 9.1%
  12. Theodore Roosevelt, Progressive, 8.9%
  13. Eugene V Debs, Socialist, 8.3%
  14. Alson Streeter, Labor, 8.24%
  15. Ross Perot, Reform, 6.8%
  16. Robert La Follette, Progressive, 6.5%
  17. No Candidate, Black & Tan Party, 5.6%
  18. Allan Benson, Socialist, 5.1%
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