2016 United States presidential election in Wyoming

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The 2016 United States presidential election in Wyoming 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.

In the presidential election, Donald Trump easily defeated Hillary Clinton and received 3 electoral votes.

Presidential[change | change source]

Polling[change | change source]

Below is a table with the polling results in Wyoming. Wyoming has voted Republican in the general election since 1968.

Race Poll model Hillary Clinton
Democratic
Donald Trump
Republican
Gary Johnson
Libertarian
Jill Stein
Green
Lead margin
Two-way Election Projection Archived 2017-09-01 at the Wayback Machine 26% 62% N/A 36
TPM Polltracker Archived 2017-07-06 at the Wayback Machine 23.3% 58.7% 35.4
Votamatic 29.5% 70.5% 41
Three-way Electoral Vote 20% 58% 9% N/A 38
FiveThirtyEight 28.4% 61.4% 8% 31
Four-way Election Projection Archived 2017-08-31 at the Wayback Machine 21% 57% 15% 3% 36
TPM Polltracker Archived 2017-07-06 at the Wayback Machine 23.3% 58.7% 9% 2% 35.4
Results by Wyoming's counties
  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]

Presidential election
Choice Votes %
Donald Trump (REP) 174,419 67.40%
Hillary Clinton (DEM) 55,973 21.63%
Gary Johnson 13,287 5.13%
Jill Stein 2,515 0.97%
Darrell Castle 2,042 0.79%
Rocky De La Fuente 709 0.27%
Others 9,843 3.80%
Total votes 258,788 100.0%

Results by county[change | change source]

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County Trump# Trump% Clinton# Clinton% Johnson# Johnson% Stein# Stein% Castle# Castle% Total Votes
Albany 7,602 44.08% 6,890 39.95% 1,391 8.07% 344 1.99% 133 0.77% 17,245
Big Horn 4,067 75.23% 604 11.17% 242 4.48% 35 0.65% 112 2.07% 5,406
Campbell 15,778 85.98% 1,324 7.21% 653 3.56% 66 0.36% 86 0.47% 18,351
Carbon 4,409 68.24% 1,279 19.80% 381 5.90% 49 0.76% 61 0.94% 6,461
Converse 5,520 82.31% 668 9.96% 251 3.74% 42 0.63% 51 0.76% 6,706
Crook 3,348 86.60% 273 7.06% 118 3.05% 11 0.28% 18 0.47% 3,866
Fremont 11,167 64.77% 4,200 24.36% 773 4.48% 233 1.35% 110 0.64% 17,241
Goshen 4,418 75.14% 924 15.71% 234 3.98% 45 0.77% 68 1.16% 5,880
Hot Springs 1,939 73.34% 400 15.13% 136 5.14% 35 1.32% 21 0.79% 2,644
Johnson 3,477 77.75% 638 14.27% 174 3.89% 33 0.74% 19 0.42% 4,472
Laramie 24,847 60.09% 11,573 27.99% 2,657 6.43% 434 1.05% 324 0.78% 41,353
Lincoln 6,779 75.57% 1,105 12.32% 331 3.69% 48 0.54% 112 1.25% 8,970
Natrona 23,552 69.85% 6,577 19.51% 1,791 5.31% 310 0.92% 226 0.67% 33,717
Niobrara 1,116 83.85% 115 8.64% 49 3.68% 7 0.53% 7 0.53% 1,331
Park 11,115 72.59% 2,535 16.56% 625 4.08% 151 0.99% 153 1.00% 15,311
Platte 3,437 75.04% 719 15.70% 180 3.93% 36 0.79% 82 1.79% 4,580
Sheridan 10,266 69.83% 2,927 19.91% 729 4.96% 158 1.07% 76 0.52% 14,701
Sublette 3,409 76.74% 644 14.50% 169 3.80% 28 0.63% 34 0.77% 4,442
Sweetwater 12,154 70.22% 3,231 18.67% 928 5.36% 152 0.88% 130 0.75% 17,309
Teton 3,921 30.64% 7,314 57.16% 701 5.48% 172 1.34% 43 0.34% 12,795
Uinta 6,154 71.81% 1,202 14.03% 472 5.51% 79 0.92% 116 1.35% 8,570
Washakie 2,911 75.32% 532 13.76% 194 5.02% 37 0.96% 31 0.80% 3,865
Weston 3,033 84.91% 299 8.37% 108 3.02% 10 0.28% 29 0.81% 3,572
Totals 174,419 67.40% 55,973 21.63% 13,287 5.13% 2,515 0.97% 2,042 0.79% 258,788

Caucuses[change | change source]

Democratic[change | change source]

The Democratic caucus occurred on 9 April 2016.

Presidential election
Choice Votes % Delegates
Bernie Sanders 156 55.70% 7
Hillary Clinton 124 44.30% 11
Total votes 100% 18

Republican[change | change source]

The Republican caucus occurred on 12 March 2016.

Presidential election
Choice Votes % Delegates
Ted Cruz 1,128 70.94% 9
Marco Rubio 231 14.53% 1
Donald Trump 112 7.04% 1
John Kasich 42 2.64% 0
Others 2 0.13% 0
Undeclared 75 4.72% 1
Total votes 1,590 100% 12

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "2016 Official General Election Results". Wyoming Secretary of State. Retrieved 11 October 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Other websites[change | change source]