Indiana State Results Election 2016

— -- Indiana holds its Democratic and Republican primaries on May 3, 2016. 92 delegates are at stake for the Democrats and 57 delegates for the Republicans.

Election results are refreshed automatically every 30 seconds after polls close. There is no need to refresh the page to see the latest data.

Why The State Is Significant:

• Vigo County is considered the best predictor of presidents. Since 1888, Vigo County residents have voted for the winning candidate with only two exceptions in 1908 and in 1952, according to historian Dave Leip.

• Indiana is a solidly red state, voting Democrat only once in the last ten elections: Barack Obama in 2008.

Fast Facts:

• In 2008, 40 percent of registered Indiana voters participated in the primaries. In 2012, 22 percent of registered Indiana voters went to the polls on primary day.

• The Hoosier State voted for Barack Obama in 2008, but voted for Mitt Romney over Obama in 2012.