State Totals: Rural Counties’ Contributions to Presidential Campaigns

The Daily Yonder is tracking donations to presidential candidates from people living in rural counties. This table shows the total amounts given to all candidates from residents living in rural counties, state by state.

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RankStateNumber of Rural CountiesNumber of Rural Donor CountiesAmount% of Rural Total
1New Mexico2824$746,54912.3%
2Texas220101$512,1278.5%
3North Carolina8567$379,0016.3%
4Utah2211$322,1505.3%
5Virginia9547$262,4704.3%
6Kentucky11141$220,6353.6%
7New Hampshire88$182,1243.0%
8Colorado5226$181,7533.0%
9Arkansas7037$169,3752.8%
10South Carolina3927$156,8942.6%
11Georgia13351$142,4802.4%
12Alabama6032$141,5502.3%
13Florida3521$140,6752.3%
14Michigan6836$139,6502.3%
15Arizona1210$125,8002.1%
16Oklahoma7234$124,8992.1%
17Mississippi7828$121,8502.0%
18Connecticut22$120,7502.0%
19Idaho3814$114,5001.9%
20New York3931$110,9751.8%
21Missouri10436$109,6151.8%
22California2315$102,9871.7%
23Illinois8139$102,6221.7%
24Wisconsin5935$101,5251.7%
25Maryland119$96,8501.6%
26New Jersey44$96,0501.6%
27Vermont139$74,1351.2%
28Pennsylvania4624$73,9881.2%
29Wyoming2112$69,9501.2%
30Iowa9035$67,9001.1%
31South Dakota6412$57,7061.0%
32Indiana7217$57,6901.0%
33Kansas9838$53,2460.9%
34Washington2416$52,4750.9%
35Tennessee8225$51,5000.9%
36Louisiana4822$51,1250.8%
37Minnesota7817$50,9200.8%
38Ohio6527$50,7750.8%
39Montana5317$48,5510.8%
40Oregon2714$42,2000.7%
41West Virginia4916$39,7000.7%
42Massachusetts33$39,0000.6%
43Maine1514$36,8500.6%
44Nevada146$34,7000.6%
45Hawaii43$26,5530.4%
46Delaware11$23,1000.4%
47North Dakota505$14,7500.2%
48Nebraska8912$7,6750.1%
49Alaska257$4,4000.1%

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