2016 New Jersey Mock Election Voting Results

Students in New Jersey ranging from grades 5-12 voted primarily via paper ballots. Students submitted votes for four categories: President, House of Representatives, whether or not NJ should enact a gas tax, and whether or not there should be term limits for Congressmen. 85% of the students submitted votes for all four categories. The remaining 15% only submitted votes for the presidential candidates. Votes were received from students residing in each congressional district. Additionally, votes were received from students residing in every county except for Atlantic, Salem, and Gloucester. These missing counties are not shown in the reporting tables. A representative from each participating school district collected the voting results. In total, 74 school districts across NJ participated, with a grand total of 65,696 students casting votes.
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Total Maps by District

President Map

Here is the final President results by District. Blue district means Clinton received the most votes, and red means Trump received the most votes. The yellow buttons can be clicked on to see total percentages.

House of Representatives Map

Here is the final results by District. Blue district means the Democrat representative received the most votes, and red means the Republican representative received the most votes. The yellow buttons can be clicked on to see total percentages.

Gas Tax Map

Here is the final gas tax results by District. Red means the majority voted “no” and and red means the majority voted “yes.” The yellow buttons can be clicked on to see total percentages.

Term Limits Map

Here is the final term limits results by District. Red means the majority voted “no” and and red means the majority voted “yes.” The yellow buttons can be clicked on to see total percentages.