MAP: Comparing 2016, 2012 presidential precinct-level results in Oklahoma
Check out the map below to see Oklahoma precinct-level election results from the 2016 and 2012 presidential races.
Here's the legend for the 2016 results.
Also, it's important to note that vote totals include one precinct each in Oklahoma and Tulsa counties not included in the map above. Those precincts include early and absentee votes cast in those two counties.
Here's the legend for the 2012 map.
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It's important to note that the precincts shaded white are "true zero" precincts, meaning they recorded no votes and were created by district lines but in uninhabited areas. The only exception is precinct 550238, which had two registered voters, neither of whom voted, according to the Oklahoma County Election Board.
As for the gray precincts, data was not available for those because they didn't exist at the time. For example, precinct 20320 was combined into a larger precinct, 20310, during redistricting in 2011. It was split again in 2015.