Maryland

Maryland

See the latest results from the Maryland Presidential Primary

6 mill
Population
38
Republican Delegates
95
Democratic Delegates

Primary / Caucus Results

Apr
26

Republican Primary

Live Results
Percent in
96%
  • Donald Trump Winner
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    236,623
    54.4%
    38
    Donald Trump
  • John Kasich
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    100,089
    23%
    0
    John Kasich
  • Ted Cruz
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    82,038
    18.9%
    0
    Ted Cruz

*Number of delegates projected by the Associated Press

Apr
26

Democratic Primary

Live Results
Percent in
96%
  • Hillary Clinton Winner
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    533,247
    63%
    60
    Hillary Clinton
  • Bernie Sanders
    Votes
    %
    Delegates
    281,275
    33.2%
    35
    Bernie Sanders

*Number of delegates projected by the Associated Press

Results by County

Live Results

Allegany

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.9%
6,272
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
12.7%
1,225
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17.8%
1,717
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
41.8%
2,311
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
44.7%
2,469

Anne Arundel

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
53.9%
30,711
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
26.5%
15,116
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.3%
9,269
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
56.8%
35,659
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
38.4%
24,128

Baltimore

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
58.2%
36,523
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22.7%
14,274
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.8%
9,951
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
57.8%
73,099
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
37%
46,779

Baltimore City

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
43.9%
3,950
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
29.2%
2,622
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20.1%
1,810
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
65.4%
81,115
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
31.2%
38,710

Calvert

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
58.2%
6,360
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
17.4%
1,898
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
20.5%
2,240
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
57.5%
5,168
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
36.1%
3,247

Caroline

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
67%
2,521
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
13.3%
502
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
16.9%
634
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
51.4%
1,125
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
41.2%
902

Carroll

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.5%
16,534
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
21.2%
6,319
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.7%
5,856
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
46.3%
6,516
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
47.5%
6,686

Cecil

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
61.4%
7,348
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
15.3%
1,831
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.7%
2,361
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
45.4%
3,367
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
45.2%
3,350

Charles

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
60.1%
6,238
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
14.8%
1,535
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
21.4%
2,220
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
68.3%
15,132
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
28.2%
6,246

Dorchester

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
71.4%
2,744
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
13.6%
521
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
12.3%
473
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
60.2%
1,800
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
31.8%
951

Frederick

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
51.4%
15,076
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
20.5%
6,014
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
24.6%
7,211
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
51.8%
13,466
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
43.6%
11,324

Garrett

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
57.4%
3,564
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
14.9%
924
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
23.2%
1,437
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
40.8%
760
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
47.1%
879

Harford

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
61%
21,771
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
19.7%
7,013
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
15.9%
5,674
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
51.8%
13,460
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
41.6%
10,817

Howard

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
40.5%
10,994
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
36.5%
9,909
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.5%
5,282
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
60.3%
30,873
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
36.6%
18,752

Kent

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
60.2%
1,401
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
22.6%
525
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
13.7%
319
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
55.1%
1,460
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
38.4%
1,018

Montgomery

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
39.1%
17,644
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
35.2%
15,910
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22%
9,942
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
67%
109,304
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
31.1%
50,741

Prince George's

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
43.1%
5,635
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
24.9%
3,261
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
25.9%
3,393
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
74.2%
113,912
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
24.2%
37,199

Queen Anne's

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
64.3%
5,195
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
18.3%
1,476
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.6%
1,182
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
53.6%
2,342
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
40.3%
1,759

Somerset

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
68.3%
1,686
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
9.6%
237
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
19.2%
474
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
62.6%
1,136
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
29.4%
533

St. Mary's

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.3%
6,576
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
18.1%
2,156
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22.3%
2,646
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
52.7%
4,551
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
39.5%
3,415

Talbot

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
55.2%
3,104
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
26.7%
1,499
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
14.8%
833
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
61.1%
2,577
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
34.3%
1,445

Washington

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
60.4%
11,970
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
12.9%
2,557
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
22.2%
4,404
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
49.3%
5,851
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
41%
4,867

Wicomico

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
65%
6,998
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
15.1%
1,630
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
17%
1,828
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
58.8%
5,258
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
34.9%
3,119

Worcester

Donald Trump
Trump
%
Votes
72.6%
5,808
John Kasich
Kasich
%
Votes
14.2%
1,135
Ted Cruz
Cruz
%
Votes
11%
882
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
%
Votes
55.8%
3,005
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
%
Votes
36%
1,939
Donald Trump
Trump
64.9%
6,272
53.9%
30,711
58.2%
36,523
43.9%
3,950
58.2%
6,360
67%
2,521
55.5%
16,534
61.4%
7,348
60.1%
6,238
71.4%
2,744
51.4%
15,076
57.4%
3,564
61%
21,771
40.5%
10,994
60.2%
1,401
39.1%
17,644
43.1%
5,635
64.3%
5,195
68.3%
1,686
55.3%
6,576
55.2%
3,104
60.4%
11,970
65%
6,998
72.6%
5,808
John Kasich
Kasich
12.7%
1,225
26.5%
15,116
22.7%
14,274
29.2%
2,622
17.4%
1,898
13.3%
502
21.2%
6,319
15.3%
1,831
14.8%
1,535
13.6%
521
20.5%
6,014
14.9%
924
19.7%
7,013
36.5%
9,909
22.6%
525
35.2%
15,910
24.9%
3,261
18.3%
1,476
9.6%
237
18.1%
2,156
26.7%
1,499
12.9%
2,557
15.1%
1,630
14.2%
1,135
Ted Cruz
Cruz
17.8%
1,717
16.3%
9,269
15.8%
9,951
20.1%
1,810
20.5%
2,240
16.9%
634
19.7%
5,856
19.7%
2,361
21.4%
2,220
12.3%
473
24.6%
7,211
23.2%
1,437
15.9%
5,674
19.5%
5,282
13.7%
319
22%
9,942
25.9%
3,393
14.6%
1,182
19.2%
474
22.3%
2,646
14.8%
833
22.2%
4,404
17%
1,828
11%
882
Hillary Clinton
Clinton
41.8%
2,311
56.8%
35,659
57.8%
73,099
65.4%
81,115
57.5%
5,168
51.4%
1,125
46.3%
6,516
45.4%
3,367
68.3%
15,132
60.2%
1,800
51.8%
13,466
40.8%
760
51.8%
13,460
60.3%
30,873
55.1%
1,460
67%
109,304
74.2%
113,912
53.6%
2,342
62.6%
1,136
52.7%
4,551
61.1%
2,577
49.3%
5,851
58.8%
5,258
55.8%
3,005
Bernie Sanders
Sanders
44.7%
2,469
38.4%
24,128
37%
46,779
31.2%
38,710
36.1%
3,247
41.2%
902
47.5%
6,686
45.2%
3,350
28.2%
6,246
31.8%
951
43.6%
11,324
47.1%
879
41.6%
10,817
36.6%
18,752
38.4%
1,018
31.1%
50,741
24.2%
37,199
40.3%
1,759
29.4%
533
39.5%
3,415
34.3%
1,445
41%
4,867
34.9%
3,119
36%
1,939

Exit Polls

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Total Respondents

Q: Are you:

Male
52%
Female
48%

Q: In which age group are you?

17-29
12%
30-44
18%
45-64
51%
65 or over
18%

Q: In which age group are you?

17-24
8%
25-29
4%
30-39
10%
40-49
20%
50-64
39%
65 or over
18%

Q: To which age group do you belong?

17-44
30%
45+
70%

Q: Are you:

White
91%
Black
4%
Hispanic/Latino
2%
Asian
2%
Other
2%

Q: Are you:

White
91%
Non-White
9%

Q: Which best describes your education?

High school or less
15%
Some college/assoc. degree
27%
College graduate
32%
Postgraduate study
26%

Q: What was the last grade of school you completed?

College graduate
58%
No college degree
42%

Q: Education by race

White college graduates
53%
White non-college graduates
38%
Non White college graduates
4%
Non White non-college graduates
5%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $30,000
9%
$30,000 - $49,999
11%
$50,000 - $99,999
30%
$100,000 - $199,999
31%
$200,000 or more
19%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
19%
$50,000 or more
81%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $100,000
49%
$100,000 or more
51%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
19%
$50,000-$99,999
30%
$100,000 or more
51%

Q: No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a:

Democrat
3%
Republican
78%
Independent or something else
18%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Very conservative
28%
Somewhat conservative
47%
Moderate
23%
Liberal
2%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
2%
Moderate
23%
Conservative
75%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Conservative
75%
Moderate or liberal
25%

Q: Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian?

Yes
42%
No
58%

Q: White evangelical or white born-again Christians

White evangelical or white born-again Christian
36%
All others
64%

Q: Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Immigration
14%
Economy/Jobs
38%
Terrorism
21%
Government spending
25%

Q: Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Can win in November
12%
Shares my values
35%
Tells it like it is
19%
Can bring needed change
32%

Q: Does Wall Street do more to:

Help the U.S. economy
50%
Hurt the U.S. economy
39%

Q: Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?

Enthusiastic
1%
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic
10%
Dissatisfied, but not angry
51%
Angry
37%

Q: Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?

Enthusiastic or satisfied
11%
Dissatisfied or angry
88%

Q: Was your vote for president mainly:

For your candidate
74%
Against his opponents
24%

Q: If Ted Cruz is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
31%
Probably vote for him
30%
Definitely vote for him
36%

Q: If John Kasich is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
24%
Probably vote for him
30%
Definitely vote for him
43%

Q: If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
25%
Probably vote for him
16%
Definitely vote for him
57%

Q: If no one wins a majority of the delegates before the convention, should the party nominate the candidate:

With the most votes in the primaries
67%
Who the delegates think would be the best nominee
30%

Q: When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary?

Just today
11%
In the last few days
11%
Sometime last week
5%
In the last month
17%
Before that
55%

Q: Time: Last few days/Earlier than that

Last few days
22%
Earlier than that
78%

Q: Time: Last week/Earlier than that

In the last week
27%
Earlier than that
73%

Q: Are you:

Male
39%
Female
61%

Q: In which age group are you?

17-29
14%
30-44
27%
45-64
41%
65 or over
18%

Q: In which age group are you?

17-24
8%
25-29
6%
30-39
19%
40-49
18%
50-64
31%
65 or over
18%

Q: To which age group do you belong?

17-44
41%
45+
59%

Q: Are you:

White
42%
Black
48%
Hispanic/Latino
6%
Asian
2%
Other
3%

Q: Are you:

White
42%
Non-White
58%

Q: Which best describes your education?

High school or less
12%
Some college/assoc. degree
30%
College graduate
29%
Postgraduate study
29%

Q: What was the last grade of school you completed?

College graduate
58%
No college degree
42%

Q: Education by race

White college graduates
29%
White non-college graduates
13%
Non White college graduates
30%
Non White non-college graduates
29%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $30,000
11%
$30,000 - $49,999
15%
$50,000 - $99,999
30%
$100,000 - $199,999
32%
$200,000 or more
11%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
26%
$50,000 or more
74%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $100,000
57%
$100,000 or more
43%

Q: 2015 total family income:

Under $50,000
26%
$50,000-$99,999
30%
$100,000 or more
43%

Q: No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a:

Democrat
80%
Republican
3%
Independent or something else
17%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Very liberal
24%
Somewhat liberal
38%
Moderate
33%
Conservative
5%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
62%
Moderate
33%
Conservative
5%

Q: On most political matters, do you consider yourself:

Liberal
61%
Moderate or conservative
39%

Q: Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Health care
20%
Economy/Jobs
49%
Terrorism
9%
Income inequality
19%

Q: Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted today? (CHECK ONLY ONE)

Can win in November
14%
Cares about people like me
30%
Honest and trustworthy
23%
Has the right experience
31%

Q: Which candidate would do the better job handling gun policy?

Hillary Clinton
63%
Bernie Sanders
31%

Q: Should the next president:

Generally continue Barack Obama's policies
62%
Change to more liberal policies
22%
Change to less liberal policies
11%

Q: In the last few years, have race relations in this country:

Gotten better
13%
Stayed about the same
36%
Gotten worse
49%

Q: Does Wall Street do more to:

Help the U.S. economy
33%
Hurt the U.S. economy
55%

Q: If Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for her
12%
Probably vote for her
23%
Definitely vote for her
64%

Q: If Bernie Sanders is the Democratic nominee in November, would you:

Not vote for him
22%
Probably vote for him
24%
Definitely vote for him
51%

Q: Which candidate inspires you more about the future of the country?

Hillary Clinton
54%
Bernie Sanders
41%

Q: When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential primary?

Just today
10%
In the last few days
9%
Sometime last week
3%
In the last month
15%
Before that
63%

Q: Who would have the better chance to defeat Donald Trump in November?

Hillary Clinton
73%
Bernie Sanders
23%

Q: Time: Last few days/Earlier than that

Last few days
18%
Earlier than that
81%

Q: Time: Last week/Earlier than that

In the last week
21%
Earlier than that
78%

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