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Michigan

2022 population: 10,034,113   ( 150,473 from 2010 , 43,212 from 2020)
Land area: 56608.0 square miles
Population density: 177.3 persons per square mile

2022 Census data
White:7,423,617 73.98% 1.9%
Black:1,381,72713.77% 0.1%
Indian:57,1060.57% 4.5%
Asian:350,8473.50% 47.0%
2+ races:247,3022.46% 29.9%
Hispanic:573,5145.72% 31.4%
Total non-White:2,610,49626.02% 12.8%

2020-2022 ComponentsNumberRate
Births:234,482 11.6
Deaths:263,70813.1
Net Migration: -43,188-2.1
Net Immigration: 26,2651.3
Change in White population:-146,322 -1.5
Change in Non-White pop.:296,795 3.0



Historical Presidential Election Results for Michigan



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YearTurnout WinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes Diff
(US)
PUSVEV
2020 70% Joe Biden (D) 2,804,045 50.5% Donald Trump* (R) 2,649,864 47.8% 93,277 [+] 1.7% 5,547,186 1 3.50% 16
2016 63% Donald Trump (R) 2,279,543 47.2% Hillary Clinton (D) 2,268,839 47.0% 276,160 [+] 5.7% 4,824,542 1 3.52% 16
2012 63% Barack Obama* (D) 2,564,569 54.0% Mitt Romney (R) 2,115,256 44.6% 65,491 [+] 1.4% 4,745,316 -3 3.67% 16
2008 68% Barack Obama (D) 2,872,579 57.3% John McCain (R) 2,048,639 40.9% 89,388 [+] 1.8% 5,010,606 -5 3.81% 17
2004 66% John Kerry (D) 2,479,183 51.2% George W. Bush* (R) 2,313,746 47.8% 46,323 [+] 1.0% 4,839,252 -3 3.96% 17
2000 58% Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 2,170,418 51.3% George W. Bush (R) 1,953,139 46.1% 109,154 [+] 2.6% 4,232,711 -2 4.01% 18
1996 54% Bill Clinton* (D) 1,989,653 51.7% Robert Dole (R) 1,481,212 38.5% 377,979 [+] 9.8% 3,848,844 -2 4.00% 18
1992 62% Bill Clinton (D) 1,871,182 43.8% George Bush* (R) 1,554,940 36.4% 848,551 [+] 19.9% 4,274,673 -1 4.09% 18
1988 56% George Bush (R) 1,965,486 53.6% Michael Dukakis (D) 1,675,783 45.7% 27,894 [+] 0.8% 3,669,163 0 4.01% 20
1984 58% Ronald Reagan* (R) 2,251,571 59.2% Walter Mondale (D) 1,529,638 40.2% 20,449 0.5% 3,801,658 0 4.10% 20
1980 60% Ronald Reagan (R) 1,915,225 49.0% Jimmy Carter* (D) 1,661,532 42.5% 332,968 [+] 8.5% 3,909,725 -2 4.52% 21
1976 61% Gerald Ford* (R) 1,893,742 51.8% Jimmy Carter (D) 1,696,714 46.4% 63,293 [+] 1.7% 3,653,749 4 4.48% 21
1972 59% Richard Nixon* (R) 1,961,721 56.2% George McGovern (D) 1,459,435 41.8% 69,169 [+] 2.0% 3,490,325 -4 4.49% 21
1968 65% Hubert Humphrey (D) 1,593,082 48.2% Richard Nixon (R) 1,370,665 41.5% 342,503 [+] 10.4% 3,306,250 -2 4.52% 21
1964 66% Lyndon Johnson* (D) 2,136,615 66.7% Barry Goldwater (R) 1,060,152 33.1% 6,335 0.2% 3,203,102 -5 4.53% 21
1960 72% John Kennedy (D) 1,687,269 50.9% Richard Nixon (R) 1,620,428 48.8% 10,400 0.3% 3,318,097 -1 4.82% 20
1956 66% Dwight Eisenhower* (R) 1,713,647 55.6% Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,359,898 44.1% 6,923 0.2% 3,080,468 -2 4.97% 20
1952 65% Dwight Eisenhower (R) 1,551,529 55.4% Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,230,657 44.0% 16,406 0.6% 2,798,592 0 4.53% 20
1948 53% Thomas Dewey (R) 1,038,595 49.2% Harry Truman* (D) 1,003,448 47.6% 67,566 [+] 3.2% 2,109,609 4 4.32% 19
1944 60% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,106,899 50.2% Thomas Dewey (R) 1,084,423 49.2% 13,901 0.6% 2,205,223 3 4.60% 19
1940 62% Wendell Willkie (R) 1,039,917 49.9% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,032,991 49.5% 13,021 0.6% 2,085,929 5 4.18% 19
1936 58% Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,016,794 56.3% Alf Landon (R) 699,733 38.8% 88,571 [+] 4.9% 1,805,098 2 3.95% 19
1932 56% Franklin Roosevelt (D) 871,700 52.4% Herbert Hoover* (R) 739,894 44.4% 53,171 [+] 3.2% 1,664,765 5 4.19% 19
1928 49% Herbert Hoover (R) 965,396 70.4% Al Smith (D) 396,762 28.9% 9,924 [+] 0.7% 1,372,082 12 3.73% 15
1924 46% Calvin Coolidge (R) 874,631 75.4% John Davis (D) 152,359 13.1% 133,429 [+] 11.5% 1,160,419 21 3.99% 15
1920 47% Warren Harding (R) 762,865 72.8% James Cox (D) 233,450 22.3% 52,096 [+] 5.0% 1,048,411 12 3.91% 15
1916 32% Charles Evans Hughes (R) 337,952 52.2% Woodrow Wilson* (D) 283,993 43.9% 25,101 [+] 3.9% 647,046 6 3.49% 15
1912 31% William Taft* (R) 214,584 38.9% Theodore Roosevelt (Prog) 152,244 27.6% 184,148 [+] 33.4% 550,976 16 3.66% 15
1908 34% William Taft (R) 333,313 61.9% William J. Bryan (D) 174,619 32.4% 30,203 [+] 5.6% 538,135 10 3.61% 14
1904 35% Theodore Roosevelt (R) 361,863 69.5% Alton Parker (D) 134,163 25.8% 24,417 [+] 4.7% 520,443 13 3.85% 14
1900 39% William McKinley* (R) 316,014 58.1% William J. Bryan (D) 211,432 38.9% 16,343 [+] 3.0% 543,789 7 3.89% 14
* incumbent         PUSV: percent of U.S. vote



2020 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Joe Biden (D) 2,804,045 50.5%
Donald Trump* (R) 2,649,864 47.8%
Jo Jorgensen (Lbt) 60,408 1.1%
Other 32,869 0.6%
TOTAL 5,547,186
Turnout: 70% Diff (US): 1


2016 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Hillary Clinton (D) 2,268,839 47.0%
Donald Trump (R) 2,279,543 47.2%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 172,136 3.6%
Jill Stein (Grn) 51,463 1.1%
Evan McMullin (I) 8,183 0.2%
Other 44,378 0.9%
TOTAL 4,824,542
Turnout: 63% Diff (US): 1


2012 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama* (D) 2,564,569 54.0%
Mitt Romney (R) 2,115,256 44.6%
Gary Johnson (Lbt) 7,797 0.2%
Other 57,694 1.2%
TOTAL 4,745,316
Turnout: 63% Diff (US): -3


2008 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Barack Obama (D) 2,872,579 57.3%
John McCain (R) 2,048,639 40.9%
Ralph Nader (I) 33,085 0.7%
Bob Barr (Lbt) 23,716 0.5%
Other 32,587 0.7%
TOTAL 5,010,606
Turnout: 68% Diff (US): -5


2004 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush* (R) 2,313,746 47.8%
John Kerry (D) 2,479,183 51.2%
Ralph Nader (I) 24,035 0.5%
Other 22,288 0.5%
TOTAL 4,839,252
Turnout: 66% Diff (US): -3


2000 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
George W. Bush (R) 1,953,139 46.1%
Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 2,170,418 51.3%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 84,165 2.0%
Pat Buchanan (Ref) 2,061 0.0%
Other 22,928 0.5%
TOTAL 4,232,711
Turnout: 58% Diff (US): -2


1996 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton* (D) 1,989,653 51.7%
Robert Dole (R) 1,481,212 38.5%
Ross Perot (Ref) 336,670 8.7%
Ralph Nader (Grn) 2,322 0.1%
Harry Browne (Lbt) 27,670 0.7%
Other 11,317 0.3%
TOTAL 3,848,844
Turnout: 54% Diff (US): -2


1992 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Bill Clinton (D) 1,871,182 43.8%
George Bush* (R) 1,554,940 36.4%
Ross Perot (I) 824,813 19.3%
Other 23,738 0.6%
TOTAL 4,274,673
Turnout: 62% Diff (US): -1


1988 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
George Bush (R) 1,965,486 53.6%
Michael Dukakis (D) 1,675,783 45.7%
Ron Paul (Lbt) 18,336 0.5%
Other 9,558 0.3%
TOTAL 3,669,163
Turnout: 56% Diff (US): 0


1984 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan* (R) 2,251,571 59.2%
Walter Mondale (D) 1,529,638 40.2%
Other 20,449 0.5%
TOTAL 3,801,658
Turnout: 58% Diff (US): 0


1980 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Ronald Reagan (R) 1,915,225 49.0%
Jimmy Carter* (D) 1,661,532 42.5%
John Anderson (I) 275,223 7.0%
Edward Clark (Lbt) 41,597 1.1%
Other 16,148 0.4%
TOTAL 3,909,725
Turnout: 60% Diff (US): -2


1976 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Jimmy Carter (D) 1,696,714 46.4%
Gerald Ford* (R) 1,893,742 51.8%
Eugene McCarthy (I) 47,905 1.3%
Other 15,388 0.4%
TOTAL 3,653,749
Turnout: 61% Diff (US): 4


1972 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon* (R) 1,961,721 56.2%
George McGovern (D) 1,459,435 41.8%
John Schmitz (Amer) 63,321 1.8%
Other 5,848 0.2%
TOTAL 3,490,325
Turnout: 59% Diff (US): -4


1968 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Richard Nixon (R) 1,370,665 41.5%
Hubert Humphrey (D) 1,593,082 48.2%
George Wallace (AIP) 331,968 10.0%
Other 10,535 0.3%
TOTAL 3,306,250
Turnout: 65% Diff (US): -2


1964 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Lyndon Johnson* (D) 2,136,615 66.7%
Barry Goldwater (R) 1,060,152 33.1%
Other 6,335 0.2%
TOTAL 3,203,102
Turnout: 66% Diff (US): -5


1960 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
John Kennedy (D) 1,687,269 50.9%
Richard Nixon (R) 1,620,428 48.8%
Other 10,400 0.3%
TOTAL 3,318,097
Turnout: 72% Diff (US): -1


1956 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Dwight Eisenhower* (R) 1,713,647 55.6%
Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,359,898 44.1%
Other 6,923 0.2%
TOTAL 3,080,468
Turnout: 66% Diff (US): -2


1952 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Dwight Eisenhower (R) 1,551,529 55.4%
Adlai Stevenson (D) 1,230,657 44.0%
Other 16,406 0.6%
TOTAL 2,798,592
Turnout: 65% Diff (US): 0


1948 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Harry Truman* (D) 1,003,448 47.6%
Thomas Dewey (R) 1,038,595 49.2%
Henry Wallace (Prog) 46,515 2.2%
Other 21,051 1.0%
TOTAL 2,109,609
Turnout: 53% Diff (US): 4


1944 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,106,899 50.2%
Thomas Dewey (R) 1,084,423 49.2%
Other 13,901 0.6%
TOTAL 2,205,223
Turnout: 60% Diff (US): 3


1940 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,032,991 49.5%
Wendell Willkie (R) 1,039,917 49.9%
Other 13,021 0.6%
TOTAL 2,085,929
Turnout: 62% Diff (US): 5


1936 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt* (D) 1,016,794 56.3%
Alf Landon (R) 699,733 38.8%
William Lemke (Union) 75,795 4.2%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 8,208 0.5%
Other 4,568 0.3%
TOTAL 1,805,098
Turnout: 58% Diff (US): 2


1932 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Franklin Roosevelt (D) 871,700 52.4%
Herbert Hoover* (R) 739,894 44.4%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 39,205 2.4%
Other 13,966 0.8%
TOTAL 1,664,765
Turnout: 56% Diff (US): 5


1928 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Herbert Hoover (R) 965,396 70.4%
Al Smith (D) 396,762 28.9%
Norman Thomas (Soc) 3,516 0.3%
Other 6,408 0.5%
TOTAL 1,372,082
Turnout: 49% Diff (US): 12


1924 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Calvin Coolidge (R) 874,631 75.4%
John Davis (D) 152,359 13.1%
Robert LaFollette (Prog) 122,014 10.5%
Other 11,415 1.0%
TOTAL 1,160,419
Turnout: 46% Diff (US): 21


1920 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Warren Harding (R) 762,865 72.8%
James Cox (D) 233,450 22.3%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 28,947 2.8%
Parley Christiansen (FL) 10,480 1.0%
Aaron Watkins (Proh) 9,646 0.9%
Other 3,023 0.3%
TOTAL 1,048,411
Turnout: 47% Diff (US): 12


1916 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Woodrow Wilson* (D) 283,993 43.9%
Charles Evans Hughes (R) 337,952 52.2%
Allan Benson (Soc) 16,120 2.5%
James Hanly (Proh) 8,139 1.3%
Other 842 0.1%
TOTAL 647,046
Turnout: 32% Diff (US): 6


1912 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Woodrow Wilson (D) 150,751 27.4%
Theodore Roosevelt (Prog) 152,244 27.6%
William Taft* (R) 214,584 38.9%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 23,211 4.2%
Eugene Chafin (Proh) 8,934 1.6%
Other 1,252 0.2%
TOTAL 550,976
Turnout: 31% Diff (US): 16


1908 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
William Taft (R) 333,313 61.9%
William J. Bryan (D) 174,619 32.4%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 11,586 2.2%
Eugene Chafin (Proh) 16,974 3.2%
Thomas Hisgen (I) 760 0.1%
Other 883 0.2%
TOTAL 538,135
Turnout: 34% Diff (US): 10


1904 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
Theodore Roosevelt (R) 361,863 69.5%
Alton Parker (D) 134,163 25.8%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 9,042 1.7%
Silas Swallow (Proh) 13,441 2.6%
Thomas Watson (Pop) 1,159 0.2%
Other 775 0.1%
TOTAL 520,443
Turnout: 35% Diff (US): 13


1900 President, Michigan
CandidateVotesPct
William McKinley* (R) 316,014 58.1%
William J. Bryan (D) 211,432 38.9%
John Woolley (Proh) 11,859 2.2%
Eugene Debs (Soc) 2,826 0.5%
Other 1,658 0.3%
TOTAL 543,789
Turnout: 39% Diff (US): 7
* incumbent

Historical Statewide Election Results for Michigan

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YearTypeTurnoutWinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes
2022 G 57% Gretchen Whitmer* (D) 2,430,505 54.5% Tudor Dixon (R) 1,960,635 43.9% 70,832 [+] 1.6% 4,461,972
2020 S2 70% Gary Peters* (D) 2,734,568 49.9% John James (R) 2,642,233 48.2% 103,327 [+] 1.9% 5,480,128
2018 G 55% Gretchen Whitmer (D) 2,266,193 53.3% Bill Schuette (R) 1,859,534 43.7% 124,858 [+] 2.9% 4,250,585
2018 S1 55% Debbie Stabenow* (D) 2,214,478 52.3% John James (R) 1,938,818 45.8% 83,975 [+] 2.0% 4,237,271
2014 S2 41% Gary Peters (D) 1,704,936 54.6% Terri Lynn Land (R) 1,290,199 41.3% 126,636 [+] 4.1% 3,121,771
2014 G 42% Rick Snyder* (R) 1,607,399 50.9% Mark Schauer (D) 1,479,057 46.9% 70,075 [+] 2.2% 3,156,531
2012 S1 61% Debbie Stabenow* (D) 2,735,826 58.8% Peter Hoekstra (R) 1,767,386 38.0% 149,706 [+] 3.2% 4,652,918
2010 G 43% Rick Snyder (R) 1,874,834 58.1% Virg Bernero (D) 1,287,320 39.9% 63,934 [+] 2.0% 3,226,088
2008 S2 66% Carl Levin* (D) 3,038,386 62.7% Jack Hoogendyk (R) 1,641,070 33.8% 169,164 [+] 3.5% 4,848,620
2006 G 52% Jennifer Granholm* (D) 2,142,513 56.4% Dick DeVos (R) 1,608,086 42.3% 50,657 [+] 1.3% 3,801,256
2006 S1 52% Debbie Stabenow* (D) 2,151,278 56.9% Michael Bouchard (R) 1,559,597 41.3% 69,269 [+] 1.8% 3,780,144
2002 G 43% Jennifer Granholm (D) 1,633,796 51.4% Dick Posthumus (R) 1,506,104 47.4% 37,665 [+] 1.2% 3,177,565
2002 S2 43% Carl Levin* (D) 1,896,614 60.6% Andrew Raczkowski (R) 1,185,545 37.9% 47,128 [+] 1.5% 3,129,287
2000 S1 57% Debbie Stabenow (D) 2,061,952 49.5% Spencer Abraham* (R) 1,994,693 47.9% 111,040 [+] 2.7% 4,167,685
1998 G 42% John Engler* (R) 1,883,005 62.2% Geoffrey Fieger (D) 1,143,574 37.8% 525 0.0% 3,027,104
1996 S2 53% Carl Levin* (D) 2,195,738 58.4% Ronna Romney (R) 1,500,106 39.9% 66,731 [+] 1.8% 3,762,575
1994 G 44% John Engler* (R) 1,899,101 61.5% Howard Wolpe (D) 1,188,438 38.5% 1,538 0.0% 3,089,077
1994 S1 43% Spencer Abraham (R) 1,578,770 51.9% Bob Carr (D) 1,300,960 42.7% 163,655 [+] 5.4% 3,043,385
1990 G 38% John Engler (R) 1,276,134 49.8% James Blanchard* (D) 1,258,539 49.1% 29,890 [+] 1.2% 2,564,563
1990 S2 37% Carl Levin* (D) 1,471,753 57.5% Bill Schuette (R) 1,055,695 41.2% 33,046 [+] 1.3% 2,560,494
1988 S1 53% Donald Riegle* (D) 2,116,865 60.4% Jim Dunn (R) 1,348,219 38.5% 40,901 [+] 1.2% 3,505,985
1986 G 37% James Blanchard* (D) 1,632,138 68.1% William Lucas (R) 753,647 31.4% 10,779 [+] 0.4% 2,396,564
1984 S2 57% Carl Levin* (D) 1,915,831 51.8% Jack Lousma (R) 1,745,302 47.2% 39,805 [+] 1.1% 3,700,938
1982 S1 46% Donald Riegle* (D) 1,728,793 57.7% Philip Ruppe (R) 1,223,288 40.9% 42,253 [+] 1.4% 2,994,334
1982 G 47% James Blanchard (D) 1,561,291 51.4% Richard Headlee (R) 1,369,582 45.1% 109,135 [+] 3.6% 3,040,008
1978 G 51% William Milliken* (R) 1,628,485 56.8% William Fitzgerald (D) 1,237,256 43.2% 1,471 0.1% 2,867,212
1978 S2 50% Carl Levin (D) 1,484,193 52.1% Robert Griffin* (R) 1,362,165 47.9% 272 0.0% 2,846,630
1976 S1 58% Donald Riegle (D) 1,831,031 52.5% Marvin Esch (R) 1,635,087 46.8% 24,546 [+] 0.7% 3,490,664
1974 G 48% William Milliken* (R) 1,356,865 51.1% Sander Levin (D) 1,242,247 46.8% 57,905 [+] 2.2% 2,657,017
1972 S2 58% Robert Griffin* (R) 1,781,065 52.3% Frank Kelley (D) 1,577,178 46.3% 48,663 [+] 1.4% 3,406,906
1970 G 49% William Milliken* (R) 1,339,047 50.4% Sander Levin (D) 1,294,638 48.7% 22,477 [+] 0.8% 2,656,162
1970 S1 48% Philip Hart* (D) 1,744,672 66.8% Lenore Romney (R) 858,438 32.9% 7,653 [+] 0.3% 2,610,763
1966 G 49% George Romney* (R) 1,490,430 60.5% Zolton Ferency (D) 963,383 39.1% 8,096 [+] 0.3% 2,461,909
1966 S2 49% Robert Griffin* (R) 1,363,530 55.9% Mennen Williams (D) 1,069,484 43.8% 6,351 [+] 0.3% 2,439,365
1964 G 65% George Romney* (R) 1,764,355 55.9% Neil Staebler (D) 1,381,442 43.7% 12,305 [+] 0.4% 3,158,102
1964 S1 64% Philip Hart* (D) 1,996,912 64.4% Elly Peterson (R) 1,096,272 35.3% 8,483 [+] 0.3% 3,101,667
1962 G 59% George Romney (R) 1,420,086 51.4% John Swainson* (D) 1,339,513 48.4% 5,240 [+] 0.2% 2,764,839
1960 S2 70% Patrick McNamara* (D) 1,669,179 51.7% Alvin Bentley (R) 1,548,873 48.0% 8,595 [+] 0.3% 3,226,647
1960 G 71% John Swainson (D) 1,643,634 50.5% Paul Bagwell (R) 1,602,022 49.2% 10,335 [+] 0.3% 3,255,991
1958 S1 47% Philip Hart (D) 1,216,966 53.6% Charles Potter* (R) 1,046,963 46.1% 7,715 [+] 0.3% 2,271,644
1958 G 48% Mennen Williams* (D) 1,225,533 53.0% Paul Bagwell (R) 1,078,089 46.6% 8,562 [+] 0.4% 2,312,184
1956 G 66% Mennen Williams* (D) 1,666,689 54.7% Albert Cobo (R) 1,376,376 45.1% 6,538 [+] 0.2% 3,049,603
1954 S2 48% Patrick McNamara (D) 1,088,550 50.8% Homer Ferguson* (R) 1,049,420 48.9% 6,870 [+] 0.3% 2,144,840
1954 G 49% Mennen Williams* (D) 1,216,308 55.6% Donald Leonard (R) 963,300 44.0% 7,419 [+] 0.3% 2,187,027
1952 G 67% Mennen Williams* (D) 1,431,893 50.0% Fred Alger, Jr. (R) 1,423,275 49.7% 10,812 [+] 0.4% 2,865,980
1952 S1 66% Charles Potter (R) 1,428,352 50.6% Blair Moody* (D) 1,383,416 49.0% 9,365 [+] 0.3% 2,821,133
1952 S1 65% Charles Potter (R) 1,417,032 51.2% Blair Moody (D) 1,347,705 48.7% 2,904 [+] 0.1% 2,767,641
1950 G 46% Mennen Williams* (D) 935,152 49.8% Harry Kelly (R) 933,998 49.7% 10,232 [+] 0.5% 1,879,382
1948 G 54% Mennen Williams (D) 1,128,664 53.4% Kim Sigler* (R) 964,810 45.6% 20,129 [+] 1.0% 2,113,603
1948 S2 52% Homer Ferguson* (R) 1,045,156 50.7% Frank Hook (D) 1,000,329 48.5% 16,612 [+] 0.8% 2,062,097
1946 G 44% Kim Sigler (R) 1,003,878 60.3% Murray Van Wagoner (D) 644,540 38.7% 17,045 [+] 1.0% 1,665,463
1946 S1 43% Arthur Vandenberg* (R) 1,085,570 67.1% James Lee (D) 517,923 32.0% 15,227 [+] 0.9% 1,618,720
1944 G 60% Harry Kelly* (R) 1,208,859 54.7% Edward Fry (D) 989,307 44.8% 12,080 [+] 0.5% 2,210,246
1942 S2 34% Homer Ferguson (R) 589,652 49.6% Prentiss Brown* (D) 561,595 47.2% 38,699 [+] 3.3% 1,189,946
1942 G 35% Harry Kelly (R) 645,335 52.6% Murray Van Wagoner* (D) 573,314 46.7% 8,224 [+] 0.7% 1,226,873
1940 S1 59% Arthur Vandenberg* (R) 1,053,104 52.6% Frank Fitzgerald (D) 939,740 47.0% 7,498 [+] 0.4% 2,000,342
1940 G 60% Murray Van Wagoner (D) 1,077,065 53.1% Luren Dickinson* (R) 945,784 46.6% 7,213 [+] 0.4% 2,030,062
1938 G 51% Frank Fitzgerald (R) 847,245 52.8% Frank Murphy* (D) 753,752 47.0% 4,223 [+] 0.3% 1,605,220
1936 S2 55% Prentiss Brown (D) 910,937 53.3% Wilbur Brucker (R) 714,602 41.8% 83,905 [+] 4.9% 1,709,444
1936 G 56% Frank Murphy (D) 892,774 51.0% Frank Fitzgerald* (R) 843,855 48.2% 13,140 [+] 0.8% 1,749,769
*: 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 Michigan

YearTypeTurnoutWinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes
2022 AG 56% Dana Nessel* (D) 2,329,195 53.2% Matthew DePerno (R) 1,952,408 44.6% 100,277 [+] 2.3% 4,381,880
2022 LG 0% Garin Gilchrist* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2022 SOS 56% Jocelyn Benson* (D) 2,467,859 55.9% Kristina Karamo (R) 1,852,510 41.9% 97,534 [+] 2.2% 4,417,903
2018 AG 54% Dana Nessel (D) 2,031,117 49.0% Tom Leonard (R) 1,916,117 46.3% 194,810 [+] 4.7% 4,142,044
2018 LG 0% Garin Gilchrist (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2018 SOS 55% Jocelyn Benson (D) 2,213,243 52.9% Mary Tredder Lang (R) 1,840,118 44.0% 130,665 [+] 3.1% 4,184,026
2014 AG 40% Bill Schuette* (R) 1,600,813 52.1% Mark Totten (D) 1,357,979 44.2% 113,706 [+] 3.7% 3,072,498
2014 LG 0% Brian Calley* (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2014 SOS 41% Ruth Johnson* (R) 1,649,047 53.5% Godfrey Dillard (D) 1,323,004 42.9% 108,744 [+] 3.5% 3,080,795
2010 AG 42% Bill Schuette (R) 1,649,223 52.6% David Leyton (D) 1,363,486 43.5% 123,515 [+] 3.9% 3,136,224
2010 LG 0% Brian Calley (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2010 SOS 42% Ruth Johnson (R) 1,608,270 50.7% Jocelyn Benson (D) 1,434,796 45.2% 130,182 [+] 4.1% 3,173,248
2006 AG 50% Mike Cox* (R) 1,987,890 53.9% Amos Williams (D) 1,604,922 43.5% 98,152 [+] 2.7% 3,690,964
2006 LG 0% John Cherry* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2006 SOS 51% Terri Lynn Land* (R) 2,089,864 56.2% Carmella Sabaugh (D) 1,561,828 42.0% 70,218 [+] 1.9% 3,721,910
2002 AG 42% Mike Cox (R) 1,499,066 48.9% Gary Peters (D) 1,493,866 48.7% 75,080 [+] 2.4% 3,068,012
2002 LG 0% John Cherry (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
2002 SOS 42% Terri Lynn Land (R) 1,703,261 55.0% Butch Hollowell (D) 1,331,441 43.0% 64,506 [+] 2.1% 3,099,208
1998 AG 41% Jennifer Granholm (D) 1,557,310 52.1% John Smietanka (R) 1,432,604 47.9% 0 0.0% 2,989,914
1998 LG 0% Dick Posthumus (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1998 SOS 42% Candice Miller* (R) 2,055,432 67.7% Marty Parks (D) 938,557 30.9% 42,897 [+] 1.4% 3,036,886
1994 AG 43% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,717,591 57.4% John Smietanka (R) 1,273,330 42.6% 799 0.0% 2,991,720
1994 LG 0% Connie Binsfeld* (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1994 SOS 43% Candice Miller (R) 1,634,398 53.6% Richard Austin* (D) 1,416,865 46.4% 493 0.0% 3,051,756
1990 LG 0% Connie Binsfeld (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1986 LG 0% Martha Griffiths* (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1982 AG 45% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,707,064 57.5% Brooks Patterson (R) 1,238,755 41.7% 21,746 [+] 0.7% 2,967,565
1982 LG 0% Martha Griffiths (D) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1982 SOS 45% Richard Austin* (D) 1,996,221 67.9% Elizabeth Andrus (R) 900,842 30.6% 42,967 [+] 1.5% 2,940,030
1978 LG 0% James Brickley (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1974 AG 45% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,739,466 69.1% Myron Wahls (R) 736,975 29.3% 39,209 [+] 1.6% 2,515,650
1974 LG 0% James Damman (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1974 SOS 46% Richard Austin* (D) 1,767,344 69.3% Lorraine Beebe (R) 742,805 29.1% 41,009 [+] 1.6% 2,551,158
1970 AG 47% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,644,348 64.5% William Farr (R) 893,438 35.0% 11,258 [+] 0.4% 2,549,044
1970 LG 0% James Brickley (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1970 SOS 47% Richard Austin (D) 1,423,801 55.7% Emil Lockwood (R) 1,110,600 43.4% 23,986 [+] 0.9% 2,558,387
1966 AG 47% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,232,149 52.8% Lawrence Lindemer (R) 1,091,892 46.8% 7,411 [+] 0.3% 2,331,452
1966 LG 0% William Milliken* (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1966 SOS 48% James Hare* (D) 1,337,093 56.3% George Washington (R) 1,030,088 43.4% 7,182 [+] 0.3% 2,374,363
1964 AG 63% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,800,056 59.2% Morris Warshawsky (R) 1,231,028 40.5% 9,946 [+] 0.3% 3,041,030
1964 LG 0% William Milliken (R) 0 0.0%       0 0.0% 0
1964 SOS 63% James Hare* (D) 1,933,594 63.0% Allison Green (R) 1,130,267 36.8% 4,804 [+] 0.2% 3,068,665
1962 AG 56% Frank Kelley* (D) 1,386,563 52.1% Robert Danhof (R) 1,268,462 47.7% 5,183 [+] 0.2% 2,660,208
1962 LG 56% T. John Lesinski* (D) 1,336,976 50.2% Clarence Reid (R) 1,325,671 49.8% 0 0.0% 2,662,647
1962 SOS 57% James Hare* (D) 1,489,527 55.4% Norman Stockmeyer (R) 1,189,018 44.2% 9,159 [+] 0.3% 2,687,704
1960 AG 69% Paul Adams* (D) 1,676,232 52.5% Wendell Miles (R) 1,506,212 47.2% 9,119 [+] 0.3% 3,191,563
1960 LG 70% T. John Lesinski (D) 1,632,782 51.0% Clarence Reid (R) 1,558,635 48.6% 13,151 [+] 0.4% 3,204,568
1960 SOS 70% James Hare* (D) 1,753,803 54.5% William Kreger (R) 1,454,115 45.2% 8,913 [+] 0.3% 3,216,831
*: incumbent               +: ran on additional party lines
Type: AG: Attorney General; LG: Lt. Governor; SOS: Secretary of State
italics: special election

Voter Registration Data for Michigan

Party registration is not used in this state, however as of 2022 registrations in Michigan were estimated to be 27% Republican and 58% Democrat.

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YearTotalRepublicanDemocratOtherR/D EdgeR/D Edge %VAPOP %
2022 8,238,448 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 8,238,448 100.0% n/a n/a 105%
2020 8,129,280 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 8,129,280 100.0% n/a n/a 104%
2018 7,471,088 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,471,088 100.0% n/a n/a 96%
2016 7,514,055 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,514,055 100.0% n/a n/a 97%
2014 7,446,280 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,446,280 100.0% n/a n/a 97%
2012 7,443,553 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,443,553 100.0% n/a n/a 98%
2010 7,276,237 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,276,237 100.0% n/a n/a 97%
2008 7,470,764 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,470,764 100.0% n/a n/a 100%
2006 7,180,778 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,180,778 100.0% n/a n/a 96%
2004 7,164,047 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7,164,047 100.0% n/a n/a 97%
2002 6,797,293 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 6,797,293 100.0% n/a n/a 92%
2000 6,859,332 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 6,859,332 100.0% n/a n/a 93%
1994 6,207,662 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 6,207,662 100.0% n/a n/a 88%
1986 5,790,753 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 5,790,753 100.0% n/a n/a 86%
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 Michigan

YearU.S. House
RepDemOther
2022 6 7 0
2020 7 7 0
2018 7 7 0
2016 9 5 0
2014 9 5 0
2012 9 5 0
2010 9 6 0
2008 7 8 0
2006 9 6 0
2004 9 6 0
2002 9 6 0
2000 7 9 0
1998 6 10 0
1996 6 10 0
1994 7 9 0
1992 6 10 0
1990 7 11 0
1988 7 11 0
1986 7 11 0
1984 7 11 0
1982 6 12 0
1980 7 12 0
1978 6 13 0
1976 8 11 0
1974 7 12 0
1972 12 7 0
1970 12 7 0
1968 12 7 0
1966 12 7 0
1964 7 12 0
1962 11 8 0
1960 11 7 0
1958 11 7 0
1956 12 6 0
1954 11 7 0
1952 13 5 0
1950 12 5 0
1948 12 5 0
1946 14 3 0
1944 11 6 0
1942 12 5 0
1940 11 6 0
1938 12 5 0
1936 9 8 0
YearState Senate
RepDemOther
2022 18 20 0
2020 22 16 0
2018 22 16 0
2016 27 11 0
2014 27 11 0
2012 26 12 0
2010 26 12 0
2008 [1] 21 16 0
2006 21 17 0
2004 22 16 0
2002 22 16 0
2000 23 15 0
1998 23 15 0
1996 22 16 0
1994 22 16 0
1992 22 16 0
1990 20 18 0
1988 20 18 0
1986 20 18 0
1984 20 18 0
1982 [2] 18 20 0
1980 14 24 0
1978 14 24 0
1976 14 24 0
1974 14 24 0
1972 [3] 19 19 0
1970 [4] 19 19 0
1968 20 18 0
1966 20 18 0
1964 15 23 0
1962 23 11 0
1960 22 12 0
1958 22 12 0
1956 23 11 0
1954 23 11 0
1952 24 8 0
1950 25 7 0
1948 23 9 0
1946 28 4 0
1944 24 8 0
1942 25 7 0
1940 22 10 0
1938 23 9 0
1936 15 17 0
YearState House
RepDemOther
2022 54 56 0
2020 [5] 58 52 0
2018 58 52 0
2016 63 47 0
2014 63 47 0
2012 59 50 1
2010 [6] 63 47 0
2008 43 67 0
2006 52 58 0
2004 58 52 0
2002 62 48 0
2000 59 51 0
1998 58 52 0
1996 52 58 0
1994 56 54 0
1992 [7] 55 55 0
1990 49 61 0
1988 49 61 0
1986 46 64 0
1984 53 57 0
1982 47 63 0
1980 46 64 0
1978 40 70 0
1976 42 68 0
1974 44 66 0
1972 50 60 0
1970 52 58 0
1968 53 57 0
1966 [8] 56 54 0
1964 37 73 0
1962 58 52 0
1960 56 54 0
1958 [9] 55 55 0
1956 61 49 0
1954 59 51 0
1952 66 34 0
1950 66 34 0
1948 61 39 0
1946 95 5 0
1944 66 34 0
1942 74 26 0
1940 68 32 0
1938 73 27 0
1936 40 60 0
The partisan breakdowns shown are ones which took effect following the general elections in the specified year.

[1] Mike Nofs won the special election to take Mark Schauer's seat, flipping the seat to the Republicans (22 R, 15 D).
[2] Two Democratic Senators, David Serotkin and Phil Mastin, were recalled after a tax hike during the legislative session earlier in the year. The recalls flipped the chamber to the Republicans (20 R, 18 D).
[3] The Republicans organized the Senate with the tie-breaking vote of the Lt. Governor.
[4] The Republicans organized the Senate with the tie-breaking vote of the Lt. Governor.
[5] Carol Glanville won a special election in the 74th district on May 3, 2022, flipping the seat from Republican to Democratic (57 R, 53 D).
[6] Rep. Roy Schmidt switched parties from Democratic to Republican on May 15, 2012 (64 R, 46 D).
[7] A power-sharing agreement was negotiated between the Democrats and Republicans to control the chamber.
[8] The 1966 midterms yielded a 55-55 split, but the Republicans prevailed on a Democrat to skip on the vote for Speaker and be able to organize the chamber on a 55-54 vote due to a rule change, like was done in 1959. The Democrat, E.D. O'Brien, became a Republican for the purposes of composition for the rest of the session.
[9] Due to a change in rules, Republicans organized the chamber on a 55-54 vote and elected a Speaker of their party when a Democrat left for an emergency appendectomy.

Source for state legislature data and notations: Wikipedia