Gary Johnson results in 100 largest counties

County State 2010 census 2012 Gary Johnson percent (preliminary) County seat or courthouse
Bernalillo County New Mexico 662,564 4.51% Albuquerque
Travis County Texas 1,024,266 2.72% Austin
Marion County Indiana 903,393 1.72% Indianapolis
Cobb County Georgia 688,078 1.62% Marietta
El Paso County Colorado 622,263 1.42% Colorado Springs
Maricopa County Arizona 3,817,117 1.39% Phoenix
Salt Lake County Utah 1,029,655 1.39% Salt Lake City
Gwinnett County Georgia 805,321 1.39% Lawrenceville
Snohomish County Washington 713,335 1.39% Everett
Denton County Texas 662,614 1.38% Denton
Jackson County Missouri 674,158 1.33% Independence
Baltimore County Maryland 805,029 1.32% Towson
Pierce County Washington 795,225 1.30% Tacoma
Multnomah County Oregon 735,334 1.27% Portland
Wake County North Carolina 900,993 1.26% Raleigh
Orange County California 3,010,232 1.25% Santa Ana
Hennepin County Minnesota 1,152,425 1.22% Minneapolis
Collin County Texas 782,341 1.22% McKinney
King County Washington 1,931,249 1.19% Seattle
Santa Clara County California 1,781,642 1.19% San Jose
San Diego County California 3,095,313 1.18% San Diego
Worcester County Massachusetts 798,552 1.18% Worcester
Fulton County Georgia 920,581 1.17% Atlanta
Sacramento County California 1,418,788 1.14% Sacramento
Tarrant County Texas 1,809,034 1.13% Fort Worth
San Francisco County California 805,235 1.13% San Francisco
DuPage County Illinois 916,924 1.12% Wheaton
Ventura County California 823,318 1.10% Ventura
Will County Illinois 677,560 1.10% Joliet
St. Louis County Missouri 998,954 1.09% Clayton
Pima County Arizona 980,263 1.09% Tucson
Monroe County New York 744,344 1.08% Rochester
DeKalb County Georgia 691,893 1.08% Decatur
Bexar County Texas 1,714,773 1.03% San Antonio
Middlesex County Massachusetts 1,503,085 1.03% Cambridge
Clark County Nevada 1,951,269 1.02% Las Vegas
San Bernardino County California 2,035,210 1.00% San Bernardino
San Mateo County California 718,451 0.99% Redwood City
Contra Costa County California 1,049,025 0.97% Martinez
Kern County California 839,631 0.97% Bakersfield
Lake County Illinois 703,462 0.97% Waukegan
Los Angeles County California 9,818,605 0.96% Los Angeles
Franklin County Ohio 1,163,414 0.96% Columbus
Montgomery County Maryland 971,777 0.96% Rockville
Dallas County Texas 2,368,139 0.95% Dallas
El Paso County Texas 800,647 0.95% El Paso
Harris County Texas 4,092,459 0.93% Houston
Essex County Massachusetts 743,159 0.93% Salem
Riverside County California 2,189,641 0.92% Riverside
Alameda County California 1,510,271 0.92% Oakland
Davidson County Tennessee 626,681 0.92% Nashville
Bucks County Pennsylvania 625,249 0.90% Doylestown
Fresno County California 930,450 0.89% Fresno
Hamilton County Ohio 802,374 0.89% Cincinnati
Mecklenburg County North Carolina 919,628 0.87% Charlotte
Norfolk County Massachusetts 670,850 0.87% Dedham
Erie County New York 919,040 0.86% Buffalo
San Joaquin County California 685,306 0.86% Stockton
Providence County Rhode Island 626,667 0.86% Providence
Jefferson County Kentucky 741,096 0.85% Louisville
Allegheny County Pennsylvania 1,223,348 0.83% Pittsburgh
Suffolk County Massachusetts 722,023 0.83% Boston
Fairfax County Virginia 1,081,726 0.81% Fairfax
Montgomery County Pennsylvania 799,874 0.79% Norristown
Cook County Illinois 5,194,675 0.78% Chicago
Hartford County Connecticut 894,014 0.78% Hartford
Monmouth County New Jersey 630,380 0.77% Freehold
Honolulu County Hawaii 953,207 0.76% Honolulu
Pinellas County Florida 916,542 0.73% Clearwater
Fairfield County Connecticut 916,829 0.67% Bridgeport
Suffolk County New York 1,493,350 0.66% Riverhead
Westchester County New York 949,113 0.66% White Plains
New Haven County Connecticut 862,477 0.66% New Haven and Waterbury
Hillsborough County Florida 1,229,226 0.64% Tampa
Hidalgo County Texas 774,769 0.64% Edinburg
Middlesex County New Jersey 809,858 0.62% New Brunswick
Orange County Florida 1,145,956 0.61% Orlando
Duval County Florida 864,263 0.56% Jacksonville
Cuyahoga County Ohio 1,280,122 0.54% Cleveland
Jefferson County Alabama 658,466 0.54% Birmingham
Milwaukee County Wisconsin 947,735 0.53% Milwaukee
New York County New York 1,585,873 0.52% New York
Nassau County New York 1,339,532 0.51% Mineola
Hudson County New Jersey 634,266 0.49% Jersey City
Bergen County New Jersey 905,116 0.46% Hackensack
Lee County Florida 618,754 0.44% Fort Myers
Prince George’s County Maryland 863,420 0.43% Upper Marlboro
Philadelphia County Pennsylvania 1,526,006 0.42% Philadelphia
Shelby County Tennessee 927,644 0.41% Memphis
Queens County New York 2,230,722 0.40% Jamaica
Palm Beach County Florida 1,320,134 0.38% West Palm Beach
Kings County New York 2,504,700 0.34% Brooklyn
Essex County New Jersey 783,969 0.32% Newark
Broward County Florida 1,748,066 0.31% Fort Lauderdale
Miami-Dade County Florida 2,496,435 0.26% Miami
Bronx County New York 1,385,108 0.17% Bronx
Wayne County Michigan 1,820,584 not on ballot Detroit
Oakland County Michigan 1,202,362 not on ballot Pontiac
Macomb County Michigan 840,978 not on ballot Mount Clemens
Oklahoma County Oklahoma 718,633 not on ballot Oklahoma City
Source: wikipedia.org and uselectionatlas.org

Thanks to Arthur DiBianca for compiling this data.

16 thoughts on “Gary Johnson results in 100 largest counties

  1. Matt Cholko

    I’m in Fairfax County, VA, when GJ got .81% of the vote. However, in the precincts that I targeted this year, and those that have been targeted by the LP and LP candidates in recent years, vote totals were measurably better. Without breaking out a calculator, I’d say that the targeted precincts saw an average of about 1.25%. Now, that doesn’t seem like much, but it is about 50% higher than the county-wide average.

  2. Kleptocracy And You

    Targeted precincts is definitely the way to go!

    Thanks Wes for this info.

    NOW! How many of these were “poll watched” to the final count ? If you think the Ds and Rs are above CHEATING you are a gullible soul. I hope someday that alternative Parties are able to WATCH the ten to 15 largest precincts in the 15 to 20 largest counties in each state. I think it would result in some shocking results.
    Paper Ballots with a PAPER TRAIL are a must!

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  3. Daniel Ong

    Nicholas @2 @3, Denver’s core city/county 2010 population of 600,138 is probably not enough to make the list of 100 largest counties, even though the entire Denver-Aurora-Boulder metropolitan area ranks around 22 in top TV markets.

    I was surprised to learn earlier this year that El Paso county, home of Colorado Springs, is the largest in Colorado by population, larger than Denver city/county.

  4. Wes Benedict

    I believe Denver was not in the top 100 based on the 2010 census numbers. The list above is based on 2010 census. If Wikipedia changes their list, I’ll consider changing this one on IPR to match.

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