Chart: How the GOP Fared in the Past 6 Presidential Elections

Republican stronghold states are more loyal than Democratic ones

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, shown here visiting the Hill on July 7, might not fare the same as previous GOP nominees come November. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

With the Republican National Convention days away, Election Day isn't far behind.  

A Roll Call analysis of the GOP presidential vote percentage in general elections dating back to 1992 shows Republicans with many loyal states. However, Utah — the most Republican state in 2012 with 73 percent of the vote — is possibly in jeopardy this year because Mormon voters aren't embracing presumptive nominee Donald Trump .  

Here's how states have voted since Bill Clinton's duel at the polls with George H.W. Bush.   

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