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Alaska

2022 population: 733,583   ( 23,352 from 2010)
Land area: 571019.7 square miles
Population density: 1.3 persons per square mile

2022 Census data
White:431,312 58.80% 5.3%
Black:23,7533.24% 8.2%
Indian:109,12014.87% 6.4%
Asian:59,5148.11% 33.2%
2+ races:53,3897.28% 17.7%
Hispanic:56,4957.70% 43.9%
Total non-White:302,27141.20% 18.6%

2020-2022 ComponentsNumberRate
Births:21,355 14.6
Deaths:12,9238.8
Net Migration: -11,412-7.8
Net Immigration: 3,3062.3
Change in White population:-24,008 -3.4
Change in Non-White pop.:47,360 6.7



Historical Presidential Election Results for Alaska



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YearTurnout WinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes Diff
(US)
PUSVEV
2020 66% Donald Trump* (R) 189,951 52.8% Joe Biden (D) 153,778 42.8% 15,801 [+] 4.4% 359,530 6 0.23% 3
2016 60% Donald Trump (R) 163,387 51.3% Hillary Clinton (D) 116,454 36.6% 38,767 [+] 12.2% 318,608 5 0.23% 3
2012 57% Mitt Romney (R) 164,676 54.8% Barack Obama* (D) 122,640 40.8% 13,179 [+] 4.4% 300,495 8 0.23% 3
2008 67% John McCain (R) 193,841 59.4% Barack Obama (D) 123,594 37.9% 8,762 [+] 2.7% 326,197 14 0.25% 3
2004 68% George W. Bush* (R) 190,889 61.1% John Kerry (D) 111,025 35.5% 10,684 [+] 3.4% 312,598 10 0.26% 3
2000 65% George W. Bush (R) 167,398 58.6% Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 79,004 27.7% 39,158 [+] 13.7% 285,560 11 0.27% 3
1996 59% Robert Dole (R) 122,746 50.8% Bill Clinton* (D) 80,380 33.3% 38,494 [+] 15.9% 241,620 10 0.25% 3
1992 66% George Bush* (R) 102,000 39.5% Bill Clinton (D) 78,294 30.3% 78,212 [+] 30.3% 258,506 2 0.25% 3
1988 56% George Bush (R) 119,251 59.6% Michael Dukakis (D) 72,584 36.3% 8,281 [+] 4.1% 200,116 6 0.22% 3
1984 65% Ronald Reagan* (R) 138,377 66.7% Walter Mondale (D) 62,007 29.9% 7,221 3.5% 207,605 8 0.22% 3
1980 57% Ronald Reagan (R) 86,112 54.3% Jimmy Carter* (D) 41,842 26.4% 30,491 [+] 19.2% 158,445 4 0.18% 3
1976 52% Gerald Ford* (R) 71,555 57.9% Jimmy Carter (D) 44,058 35.7% 7,961 [+] 6.4% 123,574 10 0.15% 3
1972 45% Richard Nixon* (R) 55,349 58.1% George McGovern (D) 32,967 34.6% 6,903 [+] 7.2% 95,219 -3 0.12% 3
1968 47% Richard Nixon (R) 37,600 45.3% Hubert Humphrey (D) 35,411 42.6% 10,024 [+] 12.1% 83,035 2 0.11% 3
1964 43% Lyndon Johnson* (D) 44,329 65.9% Barry Goldwater (R) 22,930 34.1% 0 0.0% 67,259 -4 0.10% 3
1960 44% Richard Nixon (R) 30,953 50.9% John Kennedy (D) 29,809 49.1% 0 0.0% 60,762 1 0.09% 3
* incumbent         PUSV: percent of U.S. vote



2020 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Joe Biden (D) 153,778 42.8%
Donald Trump* (R) 189,951 52.8%
Jo Jorgensen (Lbt) 8,897 2.5%
Other 6,904 1.9%
TOTAL 359,530
Turnout: 66% Diff (US): 6


2016 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Hillary Clinton (D) 116,454 36.6%
Donald Trump (R) 163,387 51.3%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 18,725 5.9%
Jill Stein (Grn) 5,735 1.8%
Other 14,307 4.5%
TOTAL 318,608
Turnout: 60% Diff (US): 5


2012 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama* (D) 122,640 40.8%
Mitt Romney (R) 164,676 54.8%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 7,392 2.5%
Other 5,787 1.9%
TOTAL 300,495
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): 8


2008 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama (D) 123,594 37.9%
John McCain (R) 193,841 59.4%
Ralph Nader (I) 3,783 1.2%
Bob Barr (Lbt) 1,589 0.5%
Other 3,390 1.0%
TOTAL 326,197
Turnout: 67% Diff (US): 14


2004 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush* (R) 190,889 61.1%
John Kerry (D) 111,025 35.5%
Ralph Nader (I) 5,069 1.6%
Other 5,615 1.8%
TOTAL 312,598
Turnout: 68% Diff (US): 10


2000 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush (R) 167,398 58.6%
Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 79,004 27.7%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 28,747 10.1%
Pat Buchanan (Ref) 5,192 1.8%
Other 5,219 1.8%
TOTAL 285,560
Turnout: 65% Diff (US): 11


1996 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton* (D) 80,380 33.3%
Robert Dole (R) 122,746 50.8%
Ross Perot (Ref) 26,333 10.9%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 7,597 3.1%
Harry Browne (Lbt) 2,276 0.9%
Other 2,288 0.9%
TOTAL 241,620
Turnout: 59% Diff (US): 10


1992 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton (D) 78,294 30.3%
George Bush* (R) 102,000 39.5%
Ross Perot (I) 73,481 28.4%
Other 4,731 1.8%
TOTAL 258,506
Turnout: 66% Diff (US): 2


1988 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
George Bush (R) 119,251 59.6%
Michael Dukakis (D) 72,584 36.3%
Ron Paul (Lbt) 5,484 2.7%
Other 2,797 1.4%
TOTAL 200,116
Turnout: 56% Diff (US): 6


1984 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan* (R) 138,377 66.7%
Walter Mondale (D) 62,007 29.9%
Other 7,221 3.5%
TOTAL 207,605
Turnout: 65% Diff (US): 8


1980 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan (R) 86,112 54.3%
Jimmy Carter* (D) 41,842 26.4%
John Anderson (I) 11,155 7.0%
Edward Clark (Lbt) 18,479 11.7%
Other 857 0.5%
TOTAL 158,445
Turnout: 57% Diff (US): 4


1976 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Jimmy Carter (D) 44,058 35.7%
Gerald Ford* (R) 71,555 57.9%
Other 7,961 6.4%
TOTAL 123,574
Turnout: 52% Diff (US): 10


1972 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon* (R) 55,349 58.1%
George McGovern (D) 32,967 34.6%
John Schmitz (Amer) 6,903 7.2%
TOTAL 95,219
Turnout: 45% Diff (US): -3


1968 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon (R) 37,600 45.3%
Hubert Humphrey (D) 35,411 42.6%
George Wallace (AIP) 10,024 12.1%
TOTAL 83,035
Turnout: 47% Diff (US): 2


1964 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
Lyndon Johnson* (D) 44,329 65.9%
Barry Goldwater (R) 22,930 34.1%
TOTAL 67,259
Turnout: 43% Diff (US): -4


1960 President, Alaska
CandidateVotesPct
John Kennedy (D) 29,809 49.1%
Richard Nixon (R) 30,953 50.9%
TOTAL 60,762
Turnout: 44% Diff (US): 1
* incumbent

Historical Statewide Election Results for Alaska

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YearTypeTurnoutWinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes
2022 S3 46% Lisa Murkowski* (R) 136,330 53.7% Kelly Tshibaka (R) 117,534 46.3% 0 0.0% 253,864
2022 G 48% Mike Dunleavy* (R) 132,632 50.3% Les Gara (D) 63,851 24.2% 67,269 [+] 25.5% 263,752
2020 S2 65% Dan Sullivan* (R) 191,112 53.9% Al Gross (D) 146,068 41.2% 17,407 [+] 4.9% 354,587
2018 G 53% Mike Dunleavy (R) 145,631 51.4% Mark Begich (D) 125,739 44.4% 11,764 [+] 4.2% 283,134
2016 S3 58% Lisa Murkowski* (R) 138,149 44.4% Joe Miller (Libertarian) 90,825 29.2% 82,467 [+] 26.5% 311,441
2014 S2 53% Dan Sullivan (R) 135,445 48.0% Mark Begich* (D) 129,431 45.8% 17,524 [+] 6.2% 282,400
2014 G 53% Bill Walker (I) 134,658 48.1% Sean Parnell* (R) 128,435 45.9% 16,865 [+] 6.0% 279,958
2010 G 49% Sean Parnell* (R) 151,318 59.1% Ethan Berkowitz (D) 96,519 37.7% 8,355 [+] 3.3% 256,192
2010 S3 49% Lisa Murkowski* (R (write-in)) 101,091 39.6% Joe Miller (R) 90,860 35.6% 63,552 [+] 24.9% 255,503
2008 S2 66% Mark Begich (D) 151,767 47.8% Ted Stevens* (R) 147,814 46.5% 18,142 [+] 5.7% 317,723
2006 G 50% Sarah Palin (R) 114,697 48.3% Tony Knowles (D) 97,238 41.0% 25,387 [+] 10.7% 237,322
2004 S3 67% Lisa Murkowski* (R) 149,773 48.6% Tony Knowles (D) 140,424 45.5% 18,118 [+] 5.9% 308,315
2002 S2 51% Ted Stevens* (R) 179,438 78.2% Frank Vondersaar (D) 24,133 10.5% 25,977 [+] 11.3% 229,548
2002 G 52% Frank Murkowski (R) 129,279 55.8% Fran Ulmer (D) 94,216 40.7% 7,989 [+] 3.5% 231,484
1998 G 52% Tony Knowles* (D) 112,879 51.3% Robin Taylor (R (write-in)) 43,571 19.8% 63,727 [+] 28.9% 220,177
1998 S3 53% Frank Murkowski* (R) 165,227 74.5% Joe Sonneman (D) 43,743 19.7% 12,837 [+] 5.8% 221,807
1996 S2 57% Ted Stevens* (R) 177,893 76.7% Jed Whittaker (Green) 29,037 12.5% 24,986 [+] 10.8% 231,916
1994 G 53% Tony Knowles (D) 87,693 41.1% James Campbell (R) 87,157 40.8% 38,585 [+] 18.1% 213,435
1992 S3 62% Frank Murkowski* (R) 127,163 53.0% Tony Smith (D) 92,065 38.4% 20,486 [+] 8.5% 239,714
1990 G 51% Walter Hickel (I) 75,721 38.9% Tony Knowles (D) 60,201 30.9% 58,828 [+] 30.2% 194,750
1990 S2 50% Ted Stevens* (R) 125,806 66.2% Michael Beasley (D) 61,152 32.2% 2,999 1.6% 189,957
1986 S3 53% Frank Murkowski* (R) 97,674 54.0% Glenn Olds (D) 79,727 44.1% 3,400 [+] 1.9% 180,801
1986 G 53% Steve Cowper (D) 84,943 47.3% Arliss Sturgulewski (R) 76,515 42.6% 18,097 [+] 10.1% 179,555
1984 S2 65% Ted Stevens* (R) 146,919 71.2% John Havelock (D) 58,804 28.5% 715 0.3% 206,438
1982 G 66% Bill Sheffield (D) 89,918 46.1% Tom Fink (R) 72,291 37.1% 32,676 [+] 16.8% 194,885
1980 S3 57% Frank Murkowski (R) 84,159 53.7% Clark Gruening (D) 72,007 45.9% 596 0.4% 156,762
1978 G 55% Jay Hammond* (R) 49,580 39.1% Walter Hickel (R (write-in)) 33,555 26.4% 43,775 [+] 34.5% 126,910
1978 S2 53% Ted Stevens* (R) 92,783 75.6% Donald Hobbs (D) 29,574 24.1% 384 0.3% 122,741
1974 S3 46% Mike Gravel* (D) 54,361 58.3% C.R. Lewis (R) 38,914 41.7% 0 0.0% 93,275
1974 G 47% Jay Hammond (R) 45,840 47.7% William Egan* (D) 45,553 47.4% 4,770 [+] 5.0% 96,163
1972 S2 45% Ted Stevens* (R) 74,216 77.3% Gene Guess (D) 21,791 22.7% 0 0.0% 96,007
1970 G 45% William Egan (D) 42,309 52.4% Keith Miller* (R) 37,264 46.1% 1,206 [+] 1.5% 80,779
1970 S2 45% Ted Stevens (R) 47,908 59.6% Wendell Kay (D) 32,456 40.4% 0 0.0% 80,364
1968 S3 46% Mike Gravel (D) 36,527 45.1% Elmer Rasmuson (R) 30,286 37.4% 14,118 [+] 17.4% 80,931
1966 G 40% Walter Hickel (R) 33,145 50.0% William Egan* (D) 32,065 48.4% 1,084 [+] 1.6% 66,294
1966 S2 39% Bob Bartlett* (D) 49,289 75.5% Lee McKinley (R) 15,961 24.5% 0 0.0% 65,250
1962 G 38% William Egan* (D) 29,627 52.3% Mike Stepovich (R) 27,054 47.7% 0 0.0% 56,681
1962 S3 39% Ernest Gruening* (D) 33,827 58.1% Ted Stevens (R) 24,354 41.9% 0 0.0% 58,181
1960 S2 43% Bob Bartlett* (D) 38,041 63.4% Lee McKinley (R) 21,937 36.6% 0 0.0% 59,978
1958 S2 481% Bob Bartlett (D) 40,939 83.8% Ralph Robertson (R) 7,299 14.9% 599 [+] 1.2% 48,837
1958 S3 487% Ernest Gruening (D) 26,045 52.6% Mike Stepovich (R) 23,464 47.4% 0 0.0% 49,509
1958 G 482% William Egan (D) 29,189 59.6% John Butrovich (R) 19,299 39.4% 480 [+] 1.0% 48,968
*: incumbent               +: ran on additional party lines               Type: G: Governor; S1,S2,S3: Senate Class 1, 2 or 3
italics: special election

Other Statewide Election Results for Alaska

YearTypeTurnoutWinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes
2022 LG 0% Nancy Dahlstrom (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2018 LG 0% Kevin Meyer (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2014 LG 0% Byron Mallott (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2010 LG 0% Mead Treadwell (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2006 LG 0% Sean Parnell (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2002 LG 0% Loren Leman (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1998 LG 0% Fran Ulmer* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1994 LG 0% Fran Ulmer (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1990 LG 0% Jack Coghill (I) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1986 LG 0% Stephen McAlpine* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1982 LG 0% Stephen McAlpine (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1978 LG 0% Terry Miller (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1974 LG 0% Lowell Thomas, Jr. (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1970 LG 0% Red Boucher (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1966 LG 0% Keith Miller (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1962 LG 0% Hugh Wade* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
*: incumbent               +: ran on additional party lines
Type: LG: Lt. Governor
italics: special election

Voter Registration Data for Alaska

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YearTotalRepublicanDemocratOtherR/D EdgeR/D Edge %VAPOP %
2023 601,850 142,783 23.7% 75,034 12.5% 384,033 63.8% Rep +67,749 Rep +11.3% 109%
2022 602,420 144,542 24.0% 77,137 12.8% 380,741 63.2% Rep +67,405 Rep +11.2% 109%
2020 594,474 144,802 24.4% 80,017 13.5% 369,655 62.2% Rep +64,785 Rep +10.9% 108%
2018 569,903 141,647 24.9% 75,144 13.2% 353,112 62.0% Rep +66,503 Rep +11.7% 105%
2016 528,560 143,569 27.2% 78,519 14.9% 306,472 58.0% Rep +65,050 Rep +12.3% 98%
2014 509,011 135,910 26.7% 70,469 13.8% 302,632 59.5% Rep +65,441 Rep +12.9% 95%
2012 506,434 137,368 27.1% 73,337 14.5% 295,729 58.4% Rep +64,031 Rep +12.6% 96%
2010 494,876 129,543 26.2% 74,720 15.1% 290,613 58.7% Rep +54,823 Rep +11.1% 95%
2008 495,731 126,583 25.5% 76,729 15.5% 292,419 59.0% Rep +49,854 Rep +10.1% 98%
2006 464,620 114,999 24.8% 66,471 14.3% 283,150 60.9% Rep +48,528 Rep +10.4% 95%
2004 469,042 117,445 25.0% 70,930 15.1% 280,667 59.8% Rep +46,515 Rep +9.9% 100%
2002 458,351 115,857 25.3% 72,081 15.7% 270,413 59.0% Rep +43,776 Rep +9.6% 101%
2000 473,648 116,059 24.5% 76,561 16.2% 281,028 59.3% Rep +39,498 Rep +8.3% 109%
VAPOP% is the estimated percentage of voting age population that is registered.
Registration data may include "inactive" voters.   Data for each year pertains to the November elections.

Partisan Legislative Composition for Alaska

YearU.S. House
RepDemOther
2022 0 1 0
2020 1 0 0
2018 1 0 0
2016 1 0 0
2014 1 0 0
2012 1 0 0
2010 1 0 0
2008 1 0 0
2006 1 0 0
2004 1 0 0
2002 1 0 0
2000 1 0 0
1998 1 0 0
1996 1 0 0
1994 1 0 0
1992 1 0 0
1990 1 0 0
1988 1 0 0
1986 1 0 0
1984 1 0 0
1982 1 0 0
1980 1 0 0
1978 1 0 0
1976 1 0 0
1974 1 0 0
1972 0 1 0
1970 0 1 0
1968 1 0 0
1966 1 0 0
1964 0 1 0
1962 0 1 0
1960 0 1 0
1958 0 1 0
YearState Senate
RepDemOther
2022 [1] 11 9 0
2020 13 7 0
2018 [2] 12 8 0
2016 14 6 0
2014 14 6 0
2012 13 7 0
2010 [3] 10 10 0
2008 [4] 10 10 0
2006 [5] 11 9 0
2004 12 8 0
2002 [6] 12 8 0
2000 14 6 0
1998 15 5 0
1996 14 6 0
1994 12 7 1
1992 [7] 10 9 1
1990 [8] 10 10 0
1988 12 8 0
1986 12 8 0
1984 11 9 0
1982 [9] 11 9 0
1980 [10] 10 10 0
1978 11 9 0
1976 8 12 0
1974 7 13 0
1972 11 9 0
1970 [11] 10 10 0
1968 11 9 0
1966 14 6 0
1964 3 17 0
1962 5 15 0
1960 7 13 0
1958 2 18 0
YearState House
RepDemOther
2022 [12] 21 13 6
2020 [13] 21 15 4
2018 [14] 23 15 2
2016 [15] 21 17 2
2014 [16] 23 16 1
2012 [17] 26 14 0
2010 [18] 24 16 0
2008 22 18 0
2006 23 17 0
2004 26 14 0
2002 27 13 0
2000 27 13 0
1998 26 14 0
1996 25 15 0
1994 22 17 1
1992 [19] 18 20 2
1990 17 23 0
1988 16 24 0
1986 16 24 0
1984 18 21 1
1982 [20] 20 20 0
1980 [21] 16 22 2
1978 14 25 1
1976 15 25 0
1974 9 30 1
1972 [22] 19 20 1
1970 9 31 0
1968 18 22 0
1966 26 14 0
1964 10 30 0
1962 [23] 20 20 0
1960 19 20 1
1958 5 34 1
The partisan breakdowns shown are ones which took effect following the general elections in the specified year.

[1] Eight Republicans and all nine Democrats caucused together to form the governing coalition.
[2] One Democrat caucused with the Republican majority.
[3] Five Republicans governed with the ten Democrats.
[4] Six Republicans joined the ten Democrats to form a governing coalition.
[5] A coalition of six Republicans and the Senate's nine Democrats made up the majority caucus.
[6] One senator was elected under the Republican Moderate Party banner, but switched his party affiliation to Republican before the actual start of his term.
[7] Elected a Republican Senate President.
[8] Elected a Republican Senate President.
[9] Elected a Democrat Senate president.
[10] Elected a Democrat Senate president.
[11] Elected a Republican Senate President.
[12] Nineteen Republicans, two Democrats, and two Independents caucused together to form the governing coalition.
[13] Two Republicans and all Independents caucused with the Democrats to form a governing coalition.
[14] Six Republicans and both Independents caucused with the Democrats to form a governing coalition.
[15] Three Republicans and both Independents caucused with the Democrats to form a governing coalition.
[16] Four Democrats caucused with the Republicans.
[17] Four Democrats caucused with the Republicans.
[18] Four Democrats caucused with the Republicans.
[19] Led by a coalition with a Republican House Speaker. The representative elected under the AKIP banner, Carl E. Moses, switched his party affiliation to Democratic on May 24, 1994, shortly after Governor Hickel's party switch, but the coalition that elected the Republican Speaker stayed in place.
[20] Elected a Republican House Speaker.
[21] The Democratic Speaker of the House, Jim Duncan, was voted out on June 16, 1981, eight days before the end of session. He was replaced by a tri-partisan coalition of Republicans, native Bush Democrats, and Libertarians (the Libertarians later dropped out) led by Republican Joe Hayes, which remained through the end of this Legislature. The overall partisan composition of the House remained unchanged, and the coalition led by Hayes was preserved in a slightly different form in the next Legislature as well.
[22] Led by a coalition with a Republican House speaker; the "no party" member, Frank R. Ferguson, was elected as a write-in after losing the Democrat primary as an incumbent. He served in the previous and following legislatures as a Democrat.
[23] Elected a Republican House Speaker.

Source for state legislature data and notations: Wikipedia