ⓘ 1992 United States presidential election in Missouri

                                     

ⓘ 1992 United States presidential election in Missouri

The 1992 United States presidential election in Missouri was held on November 3, 1992, as part of the broader 1992 United states presidential election in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Missouri voters chose eleven electors, or representatives to the Electoral College, who voted for President and Vice-President.

Since 1904, Missouri has voted for the winner of the election in the presidential election except for 1956, 2008 and 2012 elections. The state won here Governor of Arkansas bill Clinton D with 44.07% of the vote for the incumbent President, George Herbert Walker Bush R with 33.92% of the vote, the Republican with the worst indicators in the country since 1860, when the party was not serious contesting slave States beyond the Missouri Rhineland. Independent Ross Perot is made very well for a third-party candidate from 21.69% of the vote, the best third party performance in the state of Missouri, as a constitutional unionist John bell in 1860 this election.

Bushs failure can be seen in Clinton, being the lone Democrat to win the staunchly unionist German" forty-tease” Warren County with Stephen A. Douglas in 1860, and the first Democrat to carry this way unionist Ozark Hickory County with the same election, the only Democrat to carry Morgan County, starting with Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932, and the first to carry Benton County also in 1932.

As the 2016 presidential election, it is also the last time the Dallas County district Howell, Harrison County, Adair County, Andrew County, Johnson County, Butler County, Atchison County, Phelps County, Platte County, Maries County, Stoddard County Pulaski County, dent County, Texas County, and Carter County voted for a democratic presidential candidate. In addition, this is the last time that the victory of a democratic candidate for President was in the double digits, and the last time until 2016 that any candidate will do so.