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(CQ Press) Data visualization and data download tool for statistical information and biographical information on all three U.S. federal government branches. Includes election returns, 1982/1984 to present for national, state, congressional district, and county geographies. County-level output is more easily obtained from our Dave Leip - data files page.
(U.S. Census Bureau) Total votes cast for president by county, 1980-2008. Select "Elections (CQ Press)" from the drop-down menu and download as CSV or TXT file for each state, or go directly to Data File Downloads to download in MS Excel format for the entire U.S.
Electoral college votes, 1789-present, general election popular vote counts by state, 1824-present; voter turnout by state, 1960-present, presidential primary results by state, 2000-2008, senatorial election results by state, 1990-present. Spreadsheet versions of data are available for purchase: see our Dave Leip - data files page.
Precinct-level results for as many U.S. elections as possible, federal or state, since 2000, linked to GIS boundary files of voting tabulation districts. These can be linked to 2000 and 2010 census blocks.
(ICPSR Study no. 75) Number of votes cast for the major parties, and for parties whose candidates received 5 percent or more of the statewide total vote, the percentages of the votes cast for the same parties, and the estimates of voter turnout in Congressional elections. From ICPSR; requires SPSS, SAS, or Stata.
ICPSR's holdings of historical election data cover the years 1788-1990 and consist of several discrete datasets that contain county- and state-level returns for all elections to the offices of president, governor, United States senator, and United States representative. Requires SPSS, SAS, or Stata.
ICPSR distributes three major general election data collections: United States Historical Election Returns, 1824-1968 (ICPSR 0001), General Election Data for the United States, 1950-1990 (ICPSR 0013), and United States Historical Election Returns, 1788-1823 (ICPSR 0079).
Reported voting and registration, method of voting, and reasons for not voting, by various demographic and socioeconomic characteristics at national level for election years, 1964-present, from the Current Population Survey (CPS) November Supplement.
For tabulations not available on the Census Bureau's Voting and Registration site above, you can extract your own through CPS on Web's online analysis tool for the CPS November Supplement microdata. Reported voting and registration, method of voting, and reasons for not voting, by various demographic and socioeconomic characteristics at national level for election years, 1972 to the present. Supports cross-tabulations and graphing, but not data extraction; for the microdata itself, see CPS Utilities on CD-ROM.
Registered voters who were eligible to cast ballots in biennial national elections by county, with registration by race, major or minor political party, other categories where available. From ICPSR, requires the use of SPSS, Stata, or SAS.
Election results, 2002 through 2013, by candidate, Philadelphia ward and precinct, and type of ballot. Covers general elections, primaries, and special elections. Breaks out votes by machine, absentee ballot, and provisional ballot.
Returns of all legislative candidates for state legislature appearing in general election from 1967 through 2003, and in primary elections in several states from 1967-1989. From ICPSR; requires SPSS, SAS, or Stata.
County-level election returns for Pennsylvania covering U.S. presidential (1789-2000), U.S. senatorial (1912-2000), and Pennsylvania gubernatorial elections (1790-2002), with calculated percentages and maps. Includes directory of Pennsylvania state legislators, 1776-present.
Number of votes cast for the major parties, and for parties whose candidates received 5 percent or more of the statewide total vote, the percentages of the votes cast for the same parties, and the estimates of voter turnout in Congressional elections. From ICPSR; requires SPSS, SAS, or Stata.
Election returns at the county and state levels from the mid-nineteenth century to the late twentieth century for primary and general elections on statewide referenda, constitutional amendments, state House/Senate joint resolutions, and initiated measures. The ballot language of each measure is also included. County-level returns for most gubernatorial, senatorial, and congressional primary elections from 1910 to the present are documented as well. From ICPSR; requires SPSS, SAS, or Stata.