New York

New York

New York is a Democratic stronghold in presidential politics. Democrats have carried the state since 1988. Republican candidates for the White House have carried New York only three times in the last 15 presidential elections, in 1972, 1980 and 1984. See 2020 primary results

New York
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house: New York
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PAST RESULTS

2016 New York president
Candidate%Votes
Clinton
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59.5%
4,556,124
Trump
36.8%
2,819,534
Stein
1.4%
107,934
2018 New York senate
Candidate%Votes
Gillibrand
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67.0%
4,056,931
Farley
33.0%
1,998,220
2018 New York governor
Candidate%Votes
Cuomo
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59.6%
3,635,340
Molinaro
36.2%
2,208,602
2018 New York house
21democrats6republicans

DEMOGRAPHICS

New York population estimate (2019): 19.5 M
US population estimate (2019): 328.2 M

RACE

New York
US
White
64% NY
73% US
Hispanic or Latino
19% NY
18% US
Black or African American
16% NY
13% US
Other
9% NY
5% US
Asian
8% NY
5% US
Native American
<1% NY
<1% US
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander
<1% NY
<1% US

INCOME

New York
US
Household median income
$65,323 NY
$60,293 US
Unemployment rate (10/2020)
9.6% NY
7.9% US
Population under federal poverty level
14% NY
14% US

EDUCATION

New York
US
Bachelor's degree or higher (Adults 25+)
36% NY
32% US

Notes

  • All times ET.
  • Not all candidates are listed.
  • CNN will broadcast a projected winner only after an extensive review of data from a number of sources.
  • "Flipped seat" denotes a race where the 2020 projected winner is from a different party than the previous winner or incumbent.
  • Both Maine and Nebraska allow electoral votes to be split. In Maine, two of four electoral votes go to the statewide winner and one electoral vote goes to the winner in each of the two congressional districts. In Nebraska, two of five electoral votes go to the winner of the statewide vote. One electoral vote goes to the winner in each of Nebraska's three congressional districts.