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Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area


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2022 population: 9,441,957   ( 19,148 from 2010)
Land area: 7194.7 square miles
Population density: 1312.3 persons per square mile

2022 Census data
White:4,825,547 51.11% 7.3%
Black:1,530,85116.21% 5.1%
Indian:12,2170.13% 4.4%
Asian:704,2067.46% 33.2%
2+ races:159,5201.69% 21.5%
Hispanic:2,209,61623.40% 12.9%
Total non-White:4,616,41048.89% 8.5%

2020-2022 ComponentsNumberRate
Births:222,607 11.6
Deaths:199,78510.4
Net Migration: -237,107-12.3
Net Immigration: 36,7291.9
Change in White population:-378,942 -4.0
Change in Non-White pop.:359,794 3.8



Historical Presidential Election Results for Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area



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YearTurnout WinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes Diff
(US)
PUSV
2020 61% Joe Biden (D) 2,883,015 64.8% Donald Trump* (R) 1,475,610 33.2% 89,808 [+] 2.0% 4,448,433 -14 2.81%
2016 56% Hillary Clinton (D) 2,572,616 63.4% Donald Trump (R) 1,237,994 30.5% 249,194 [+] 6.1% 4,059,804 -15 2.96%
2012 53% Barack Obama* (D) 2,409,141 63.7% Mitt Romney (R) 1,312,638 34.7% 60,652 [+] 1.6% 3,782,431 -12 2.93%
2008 57% Barack Obama (D) 2,667,987 67.2% John McCain (R) 1,255,823 31.6% 46,683 [+] 1.2% 3,970,493 -14 3.02%
2004 54% John Kerry (D) 2,225,659 60.0% George W. Bush* (R) 1,460,759 39.4% 25,752 [+] 0.7% 3,712,170 -11 3.04%
2000 50% Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 1,944,782 58.9% George W. Bush (R) 1,264,938 38.3% 90,317 [+] 2.7% 3,300,037 -10 3.13%
1996 46% Bill Clinton* (D) 1,708,439 57.9% Robert Dole (R) 1,001,216 33.9% 240,675 [+] 8.2% 2,950,330 -7 3.06%
1992 57% Bill Clinton (D) 1,755,994 50.2% George Bush* (R) 1,168,939 33.4% 574,390 [+] 16.4% 3,499,323 -4 3.35%
1988 53% Michael Dukakis (D) 1,574,855 49.6% George Bush (R) 1,573,392 49.6% 24,397 [+] 0.8% 3,172,644 -4 3.46%
1984 57% Ronald Reagan* (R) 1,804,072 54.0% Walter Mondale (D) 1,518,404 45.4% 18,974 0.6% 3,341,450 -5 3.61%
1980 57% Ronald Reagan (R) 1,503,598 45.8% Jimmy Carter* (D) 1,488,363 45.4% 289,788 [+] 8.8% 3,281,749 -5 3.79%
1976 61% Jimmy Carter (D) 1,604,197 49.2% Gerald Ford* (R) 1,594,302 48.9% 62,074 [+] 1.9% 3,260,573 1 4.00%
1972 62% Richard Nixon* (R) 1,878,061 57.3% George McGovern (D) 1,379,525 42.1% 17,884 [+] 0.5% 3,275,470 -3 4.21%
1968 68% Hubert Humphrey (D) 1,488,799 46.4% Richard Nixon (R) 1,428,199 44.5% 291,965 [+] 9.1% 3,208,963 1 4.38%
1964 72% Lyndon Johnson* (D) 1,978,525 60.4% Barry Goldwater (R) 1,294,208 39.5% 1,125 0.0% 3,273,858 1 4.63%
1960 75% John Kennedy (D) 1,738,914 53.5% Richard Nixon (R) 1,503,484 46.2% 8,623 0.3% 3,251,021 -3 4.72%
1956 68% Dwight Eisenhower* (R) 1,744,566 59.0% Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,205,898 40.8% 7,470 0.3% 2,957,934 2 4.77%
1952 74% Dwight Eisenhower (R) 1,568,380 52.4% Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,417,898 47.3% 8,533 0.3% 2,994,811 -3 4.85%
1948 72% Harry Truman* (D) 1,421,147 52.1% Thomas Dewey (R) 1,286,313 47.1% 22,360 [+] 0.8% 2,729,820 2 5.59%
1944 75% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,489,436 55.5% Thomas Dewey (R) 1,186,031 44.2% 8,355 0.3% 2,683,822 -2 5.59%
1940 77% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,386,255 53.3% Wendell Willkie (R) 1,205,880 46.3% 10,625 0.4% 2,602,760 2 5.21%
1936 78% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,475,128 60.4% Alf Landon (R) 899,720 36.8% 68,065 [+] 2.8% 2,442,913 0 5.35%
1932 67% Franklin Roosevelt (D) 1,103,856 53.7% Herbert Hoover* (R) 885,292 43.1% 67,032 [+] 3.3% 2,056,180 3 5.17%
1928 67% Herbert Hoover (R) 1,036,045 54.8% Al Smith (D) 839,383 44.4% 14,566 [+] 0.8% 1,889,994 -3 5.13%
1924 53% Calvin Coolidge (R) 840,045 62.6% John Davis (D) 259,694 19.3% 242,705 [+] 18.1% 1,342,444 9 4.61%
1920 49% Warren Harding (R) 788,860 72.3% James Cox (D) 230,182 21.1% 71,784 [+] 6.6% 1,090,826 12 4.07%
1916 51% Charles Evans Hughes (R) 551,958 53.4% Woodrow Wilson* (D) 438,263 42.4% 42,606 [+] 4.1% 1,032,827 7 5.57%
1912 30% Theodore Roosevelt (Prog) 213,814 39.7% Woodrow Wilson (D) 160,630 29.8% 163,824 [+] 30.4% 538,268 -5 3.58%
1908 33% William Taft (R) 300,224 57.4% William J. Bryan (D) 184,754 35.3% 38,096 [+] 7.3% 523,074 6 3.51%
1904 35% Theodore Roosevelt (R) 296,958 60.8% Alton Parker (D) 124,715 25.5% 66,722 [+] 13.7% 488,395 4 3.61%
1900 40% William McKinley* (R) 266,875 53.5% William J. Bryan (D) 219,073 43.9% 12,928 [+] 2.6% 498,876 2 3.57%
* incumbent         PSV: percent of state vote



2020 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Joe Biden (D) 2,883,015 64.8%
Donald Trump* (R) 1,475,610 33.2%
Jo Jorgensen (Lbt) 45,074 1.0%
Other 44,734 1.0%
TOTAL 4,448,433
Turnout: 61% Diff (US): -14


2016 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Hillary Clinton (D) 2,572,616 63.4%
Donald Trump (R) 1,237,994 30.5%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 142,647 3.5%
Jill Stein (Grn) 55,464 1.4%
Evan McMullin (I) 411 0.0%
Other 50,672 1.2%
TOTAL 4,059,804
Turnout: 56% Diff (US): -15


2012 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama* (D) 2,409,141 63.7%
Mitt Romney (R) 1,312,638 34.7%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 36,211 1.0%
Other 24,441 0.6%
TOTAL 3,782,431
Turnout: 53% Diff (US): -12


2008 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama (D) 2,667,987 67.2%
John McCain (R) 1,255,823 31.6%
Ralph Nader (I) 17,198 0.4%
Bob Barr (Lbt) 14,428 0.4%
Other 15,057 0.4%
TOTAL 3,970,493
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): -14


2004 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush* (R) 1,460,759 39.4%
John Kerry (D) 2,225,659 60.0%
Ralph Nader (I) 393 0.0%
Other 25,359 0.7%
TOTAL 3,712,170
Turnout: 54% Diff (US): -11


2000 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush (R) 1,264,938 38.3%
Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 1,944,782 58.9%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 71,388 2.2%
Pat Buchanan (Ref) 9,046 0.3%
Other 9,883 0.3%
TOTAL 3,300,037
Turnout: 50% Diff (US): -10


1996 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton* (D) 1,708,439 57.9%
Robert Dole (R) 1,001,216 33.9%
Ross Perot (Ref) 215,252 7.3%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 374 0.0%
Harry Browne (Lbt) 16,655 0.6%
Other 8,394 0.3%
TOTAL 2,950,330
Turnout: 46% Diff (US): -7


1992 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton (D) 1,755,994 50.2%
George Bush* (R) 1,168,939 33.4%
Ross Perot (I) 558,060 15.9%
Other 16,330 0.5%
TOTAL 3,499,323
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): -4


1988 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
George Bush (R) 1,573,392 49.6%
Michael Dukakis (D) 1,574,855 49.6%
Ron Paul (Lbt) 11,033 0.3%
Other 13,364 0.4%
TOTAL 3,172,644
Turnout: 53% Diff (US): -4


1984 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan* (R) 1,804,072 54.0%
Walter Mondale (D) 1,518,404 45.4%
Other 18,974 0.6%
TOTAL 3,341,450
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): -5


1980 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan (R) 1,503,598 45.8%
Jimmy Carter* (D) 1,488,363 45.4%
John Anderson (I) 241,974 7.4%
Edward Clark (Lbt) 27,032 0.8%
Other 20,782 0.6%
TOTAL 3,281,749
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): -5


1976 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Jimmy Carter (D) 1,604,197 49.2%
Gerald Ford* (R) 1,594,302 48.9%
Eugene McCarthy (I) 39,405 1.2%
Other 22,669 0.7%
TOTAL 3,260,573
Turnout: 61% Diff (US): 1


1972 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon* (R) 1,878,061 57.3%
George McGovern (D) 1,379,525 42.1%
John Schmitz (Amer) 966 0.0%
Other 16,918 0.5%
TOTAL 3,275,470
Turnout: 62% Diff (US): -3


1968 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon (R) 1,428,199 44.5%
Hubert Humphrey (D) 1,488,799 46.4%
George Wallace (AIP) 280,471 8.7%
Other 11,494 0.4%
TOTAL 3,208,963
Turnout: 68% Diff (US): 1


1964 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Lyndon Johnson* (D) 1,978,525 60.4%
Barry Goldwater (R) 1,294,208 39.5%
Other 1,125 0.0%
TOTAL 3,273,858
Turnout: 72% Diff (US): 1


1960 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
John Kennedy (D) 1,738,914 53.5%
Richard Nixon (R) 1,503,484 46.2%
Other 8,623 0.3%
TOTAL 3,251,021
Turnout: 75% Diff (US): -3


1956 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Dwight Eisenhower* (R) 1,744,566 59.0%
Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,205,898 40.8%
Other 7,470 0.3%
TOTAL 2,957,934
Turnout: 68% Diff (US): 2


1952 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Dwight Eisenhower (R) 1,568,380 52.4%
Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,417,898 47.3%
Other 8,533 0.3%
TOTAL 2,994,811
Turnout: 74% Diff (US): -3


1948 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Harry Truman* (D) 1,421,147 52.1%
Thomas Dewey (R) 1,286,313 47.1%
Henry Wallace (Prog) 4,299 0.2%
Other 18,061 0.7%
TOTAL 2,729,820
Turnout: 72% Diff (US): 2


1944 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,489,436 55.5%
Thomas Dewey (R) 1,186,031 44.2%
Other 8,355 0.3%
TOTAL 2,683,822
Turnout: 75% Diff (US): -2


1940 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,386,255 53.3%
Wendell Willkie (R) 1,205,880 46.3%
Other 10,625 0.4%
TOTAL 2,602,760
Turnout: 77% Diff (US): 2


1936 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,475,128 60.4%
Alf Landon (R) 899,720 36.8%
William Lemke (Union) 60,299 2.5%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 4,913 0.2%
Other 2,853 0.1%
TOTAL 2,442,913
Turnout: 78% Diff (US): 0


1932 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt (D) 1,103,856 53.7%
Herbert Hoover* (R) 885,292 43.1%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 46,713 2.3%
Other 20,319 1.0%
TOTAL 2,056,180
Turnout: 67% Diff (US): 3


1928 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Herbert Hoover (R) 1,036,045 54.8%
Al Smith (D) 839,383 44.4%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 10,818 0.6%
Other 3,748 0.2%
TOTAL 1,889,994
Turnout: 67% Diff (US): -3


1924 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Calvin Coolidge (R) 840,045 62.6%
John Davis (D) 259,694 19.3%
Robert LaFollette (Prog) 239,318 17.8%
Other 3,387 0.3%
TOTAL 1,342,444
Turnout: 53% Diff (US): 9


1920 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Warren Harding (R) 788,860 72.3%
James Cox (D) 230,182 21.1%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 57,823 5.3%
Parley Christiansen (FL) 9,571 0.9%
Aaron Watkins (Proh) 2,031 0.2%
Other 2,359 0.2%
TOTAL 1,090,826
Turnout: 49% Diff (US): 12


1916 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Woodrow Wilson* (D) 438,263 42.4%
Charles Evans Hughes (R) 551,958 53.4%
Allan Benson (Soc) 36,555 3.5%
James Hanly (Proh) 4,559 0.4%
Other 1,492 0.1%
TOTAL 1,032,827
Turnout: 51% Diff (US): 7


1912 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Woodrow Wilson (D) 160,630 29.8%
Theodore Roosevelt (Prog) 213,814 39.7%
William Taft* (R) 100,463 18.7%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 56,572 10.5%
Eugene Chafin (Proh) 4,183 0.8%
Other 2,606 0.5%
TOTAL 538,268
Turnout: 30% Diff (US): -5


1908 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
William Taft (R) 300,224 57.4%
William J. Bryan (D) 184,754 35.3%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 21,236 4.1%
Eugene Chafin (Proh) 9,118 1.7%
Thomas Hisgen (I) 6,667 1.3%
Other 1,075 0.2%
TOTAL 523,074
Turnout: 33% Diff (US): 6


1904 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
Theodore Roosevelt (R) 296,958 60.8%
Alton Parker (D) 124,715 25.5%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 51,393 10.5%
Silas Swallow (Proh) 8,009 1.6%
Thomas Watson (Pop) 3,936 0.8%
Other 3,384 0.7%
TOTAL 488,395
Turnout: 35% Diff (US): 4


1900 President, Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area
CandidateVotesPct
William McKinley* (R) 266,875 53.5%
William J. Bryan (D) 219,073 43.9%
John Woolley (Proh) 5,457 1.1%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 7,125 1.4%
Other 346 0.1%
TOTAL 498,876
Turnout: 40% Diff (US): 2
* incumbent