Click on any state below and see who won the Republican and Democratic race popular votes, and the estimated number of delegates awarded.

Republican results in the US territories:

Puerto Rico: Marco Rubio won the Puerto Rico Republican primary on March 6, besting second-place finisher Donald Trump by 60 points.

American Samoa: Donald Trump won the American Samoa Republican caucus on March 22.

Guam: The Guam Republican caucus isn’t until July, but the territory’s GOP has pledged all nine of its delegates to Donald Trump.

US Virgin Islands: Marco Rubio came out of the Republican caucus in the territory with two delegates, while Ted Cruz and Donald Trump each had one. The delegate selection process was marred by accusations of assault and defamation, according to Politico.

Northern Mariana Islands: Donald Trump won the Republican caucus in the territory with more than 72 percent of the vote and was awarded its nine delegates.

*Note: Colorado and North Dakota Republicans did not have a presidential candidate caucus or primary in 2016. In North Dakota, the state’s 25 delegates can vote for whomever they want at the national convention in Cleveland. Colorado’s 37 delegates were elected in April either as “pledged” delegates who promise to vote for a particular candidate, or “unpledged,” who can vote for anyone in Cleveland. Most of those delegates supported Ted Cruz.

Democratic results in the US territories:

Puerto Rico: Hillary Clinton handily won the Democratic primary in Puerto Rico on June 5. Amid reports of long lines and complaints about reduced polling locations, Clinton secured a majority of the island’s 60 delegates. She also has the support of most of the island’s seven superdelegates.

American Samoa: Hillary Clinton won the Democratic Caucus in American Samoa on March 1, netting four of the territory’s six pledged delegates, according to the New York Times.

Guam: Hillary Clinton won the Guam Democratic Caucuses on May 7, earning four of the territory’s seven elected delegates, according to the New York Times.

US Virgin Islands: Hillary Clinton won the caucus in the US Virgin Islands June 4, netting all seven of the territory’s pledged delegates. Clinton also has the support of four of the territory’s five superdelegates, according to the Washington Post.

Northern Mariana Islands: Hillary Clinton won the Norther Mariana Islands Democratic caucus March 12 by 20 points, netting four pledged delegates to Bernie Sanders’ two, according to the New York Times and Politico.

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