United States presidential election, 1952

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President Truman had decided not to run for the Presidency again. General Eisenhower was popular as a candidate for which the Republicans were desperate. He got nominated easily on the Republican party ticket [1], while Adlai Stevenson won the Democratic nomination. The Republicans who had not won a presidential election since 1928 decisively won the 1952 election. [2]

candidates popular vote electoral vote
Dwight D. Eisenhower 33, 936, 234 442
Adlai E. Stevenson 27, 314, 992 89
Vincent Hallinan 140, 023 0
Stuart Hamblen 72, 949 0
Eric Haas 30, 267 0
Darlington Hoopes 20, 203 0
Douglas MacArthur 17, 205 0

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Notes and References

  1. A popular slogan for Eisenhower was 'I like Ike.'
  2. Encyclopedia of Presidents, Dwight D. Eisenhower, by Jim Hargrove, Chilren's Press, 1987, pp. 61-55.
  3. A Pictoral History of the U.S. Presidents, by Clare Gibson, Gramercy Books, 2001, p. 125.
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