2016 United States presidential election in New Mexico

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Flag of New Mexico.

The 2016 United States presidential election in New Mexico was held on 8 November 2016. It was part of the 2016 United States presidential election, in which all other states plus the District of Columbia voted.

On 7 June 2016, the state also voted for who they wanted to be the nominee of their respective parties.

Presidential[change | change source]

Polling[change | change source]

Below is a table with the polling results in New Mexico. New Mexico has voted Democrat in the general election since 2008.

Poll source Date administered Democrat % Republican % Libertarian % Green % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
Zia Poll[1] November 6, 2016 Hillary Clinton 46% Donald Trump 44% Gary Johnson 6% Jill Stein 1% 2 8,439 ± 1.8%
Research & Polling Inc[2] November 1–3, 2016 Hillary Clinton 45% Donald Trump 40% Gary Johnson 11% Jill Stein 3% 5 504 ± 4.4%
Breitbart News/Gravis Marketing[3] November 1–2, 2016 Hillary Clinton 45% Donald Trump 37% Gary Johnson 11% Jill Stein 3% 8 1,327 ± 2.7%
Zia Poll[4] November 1–2, 2016 Hillary Clinton 46% Donald Trump 43% Gary Johnson 7% Jill Stein 1% 3 1,102 ± 3.0%
Zia Poll[5] October 24, 2016 Hillary Clinton 45% Donald Trump 40% Gary Johnson 9% Jill Stein 2% 5 1,899 ± 2.25%
Zia Poll[6] October 11, 2016 Hillary Clinton 46% Donald Trump 36% Gary Johnson 12% Jill Stein 2% 10 1,536 ± 2.5%
SurveyUSA[7] September 28 – October 2, 2016 Hillary Clinton 46% Donald Trump 33% Gary Johnson 14% Jill Stein 2% 13 594 ± 4.1%
Research & Polling Inc September 27–29, 2016 Hillary Clinton 35% Donald Trump 31% Gary Johnson 24% Jill Stein 2% 4 501 ± 4.4%
Results by West Virginia's counties
  Clinton—80-90%
  Clinton—70-80%
  Clinton—60-70%
  Clinton—50-60%
  Clinton—<50%
  Trump—<50%
  Trump—50-60%
  Trump—60-70%
  Trump—70-80%
  Trump—80-90%

Results[change | change source]

[8] Turnout was 62.36%.

Presidential election
Choice Votes %
Hillary Clinton (DEM) 385,234 48.26%
Donald Trump (REP) 319,667 40.04%
Gary Johnson 74,541 9.34%
Jill Stein 9,879 1.24%
Evan McMullin 5,825 0.73%
Darrell Castle 1,514 0.19%
Gloria La Riva 1,184 0.14%
Rocky De La Fuente 475 0.06%
Total votes 100.0%

Results by county[change | change source]

County Clinton# Clinton% Trump# Trump% Johnson# Johnson% Stein# Stein% Total Votes
Bernalillo 143,417 52.22% 94,698 34.48% 29,682 10.81% 3,614 1.32% 274,662
Catron 427 20.84% 1,464 71.45% 111 5.42% 23 1.12% 2,049
Chaves 5,534 27.30% 12,872 63.50% 1,609 7.94% 86 0.42% 20,271
Cibola 3,741 46.40% 3,195 39.63% 970 12.03% 73 0.91% 8,063
Colfax 2,129 39.93% 2,585 48.48% 527 9.88% 37 0.69% 5,332
Curry 3,121 23.34% 9,035 67.58% 973 7.28% 74 0.55% 13,370
De Baca 193 21.21% 620 68.13% 89 9.78% 6 0.66% 910
Doña Ana 37,947 53.71% 25,374 35.92% 5,471 7.74% 953 1.35% 70,648
Eddy 5,033 25.59% 13,147 66.85% 1,275 6.48% 84 0.43% 19,667
Grant 6,276 48.99% 5,288 41.28% 899 7.02% 218 1.70% 12,811
Guadalupe 970 53.09% 595 32.57% 238 13.03% 18 0.99% 1,827
Harding 156 29.60% 311 59.01% 55 10.44% 3 0.57% 527
Hidalgo 784 41.88% 910 48.61% 137 7.32% 6 0.32% 1,872
Lea 3,930 22.19% 12,495 70.55% 1,098 6.20% 56 0.32% 17,712
Lincoln 2,331 26.19% 5,896 66.23% 560 6.29% 59 0.66% 8,902
Los Alamos 5,562 51.10% 3,359 30.86% 1,512 13.89% 120 1.10% 10,885
Luna 3,195 43.80% 3,478 47.68% 481 6.59% 66 0.90% 7,295
McKinley 13,576 62.55% 5,104 23.52% 2,412 11.11% 284 1.31% 21,703
Mora 1,536 62.93% 665 27.24% 194 7.95% 35 1.43% 2,441
Otero 6,124 30.53% 11,886 59.26% 1,613 8.04% 169 0.84% 20,059
Quay 1,017 28.47% 2,212 61.93% 299 8.37% 15 0.42% 3,572
Rio Arriba 9,592 64.47% 3,599 24.19% 1,425 9.58% 188 1.26% 14,878
Roosevelt 1,454 24.44% 3,884 65.28% 482 8.10% 48 0.81% 5,950
San Juan 12,865 27.90% 27,946 60.61% 4,200 9.11% 352 0.76% 46,110
San Miguel 7,285 67.76% 2,313 21.51% 915 8.51% 160 1.49% 10,751
Sandoval 27,707 44.91% 25,905 41.99% 6,657 10.79% 627 1.02% 61,690
Santa Fe 50,793 71.10% 14,332 20.06% 4,362 6.11% 1,452 2.03% 71,434
Sierra 1,612 31.11% 3,010 58.10% 442 8.53% 78 1.51% 5,181
Socorro 3,313 48.24% 2,616 38.09% 802 11.68% 60 0.87 6,868
Taos 10,668 69.91% 2,727 17.87% 1,179 7.73% 617 4.04% 15,260
Torrance 1,785 28.23% 3,714 58.73% 692 10.94% 66 1.04% 6,324
Union 320 18.80% 1,216 71.45% 134 7.87% 13 0.76% 1,702
Valencia 10,841 39.29% 13,215 47.89% 3,046 11.04% 219 0.79% 27,592
Totals 385,234 48.26% 319,666 40.04% 74,541 9.34% 9,879 1.24% 798,318

Primaries[change | change source]

Democratic[change | change source]

The Democratic primary occurred on 7 June 2016.

Democratic primary
Choice Votes % Delegates
Hillary Clinton 111,334 51.53% 27
Bernie Sanders 104,741 48.47% 16
Total votes 216,075 100% 43

Republican[change | change source]

The Republican primary occurred on 7 June 2016.

Republican primary
Choice Votes % Delegates
Donald Trump 73,908 70.64% 24
Ted Cruz (withdrawn) 13,925 13.31% 0
John Kasich (withdrawn) 7,925 7.57% 0
Ben Carson (withdrawn) 3,830 3.66% 0
Jeb Bush (withdrawn) 3,531 3.37% 0
Carly Fiorina (withdrawn) 1,508 1.44% 0
Total votes 104,627 100% 24

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "8,439 NM Likely Voters Surveyed: Clinton Holds on to Slim Lead Heading into Election Day" (PDF). Zia Poll. RCP. November 7, 2016. Retrieved November 7, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. "Journal Poll: Clinton still ahead in NM". Research & Polling Inc. Albuquerque Journal. November 5, 2016. Retrieved November 6, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. "Current New Mexico Polling". Gravis Marketing. Breitbart News. November 4, 2016. Retrieved November 8, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. "Trump Trails Clinton by Only 3 Points In New Mexico. Making up 2 Points Over The Last Week" (PDF). Zia Poll. RCP. November 3, 2016. Retrieved November 4, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. "Trump Narrows Gap in New Mexico. Trails by Only 5 Points Entering Last Two Weeks" (PDF). Zia Poll. FiveThirtyEight. October 27, 2016. Retrieved October 27, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. "Clinton Takes a 10 Point Lead in New Mexico Following Debate and Trump Tape Release. 9 of 10 Voters are Very Familiar with Trump Tape. 7 of 10 Very Familiar with Clinton Emails" (PDF). Zia Poll. FiveThirtyEight. October 18, 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 19, 2016. Retrieved October 18, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. "New Mexico Whites Split, But Clinton Carries the State With Overwhelming Support from Latino Voters; Democrat Toulouse Oliver Well Positioned To Defeat Republican Espinoza in Secretary of State Contest:". SurveyUSA. KOB-TV Albuquerque. October 3, 2016. Retrieved October 6, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. "Election Night Results". Retrieved 2016-12-07. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Other websites[change | change source]