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Last updated: 5/2012
The Figures below show the the actual vote share (in percent) for the runner-up party along with the vote share among the available non-voters that the runner-up party requires in order to close the gap to the winning party (i.e. the Kohler-Rose Index). Values of the Kohler-Rose Index above 100 percent were set to 100. In this case it would not be possible for the runner-up party to close the gap.
Note: Enlarge figures by clicking on them. Click here to get a PDF table with the exact numbers. A figure illustrating the development over time for all states is shown here
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