Partisan Voting Index for Counties in New Hampshire

This Map Displays the Partisan Voting Index Value for each county in New Hampshire. The Partisan Voting Index (PVI) is a measurement of how strongly a county leans toward the Democratic or Republican Party. The PVI is calculated by taking the average percentage for the winning party in a county for the last two elections and subtracting that value from the national average for that party in the same two elections. The data is based on results from the 2020 and 2016 presidential election. Of the 10 Counties in New Hampshire The County with the highest Republican PVI is Belknap County at +5. The County with the highest Democrat PVI is Grafton County at +12.

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Map of Partisan Voting Index (PVI) for Counties in New Hampshire

Rep +20
Rep. 15-19
Rep. 10-14
Rep. 5-9
Rep. 1-4
Dem 1-4
Dem 5-9
Dem 10-14
Dem 15-19
Dem +20

List of All Counties in New Hampshire With Partisan Voting Index (2020 Presidential Election Results)

Map KeyNamePartisan Voting Index (2020)
Belknap CountyRepublican +5
Carroll CountyEven +0
Cheshire CountyDemocrat +9
Coos CountyRepublican +2
Grafton CountyDemocrat +12
Hillsborough CountyDemocrat +3
Merrimack CountyDemocrat +5
Rockingham CountyDemocrat +1
Strafford CountyDemocrat +7
Sullivan CountyDemocrat +1