NEW YORK, November 3, 1948 (UP) - At the time Governor Dewey conceded, he was trailing by 115 electoral votes. Truman had won or was leading in 28 states with 304 electoral votes. Dewey had won or was leading in 16 states with 189 electoral votes.
The popular vote at that time stood:
Truman - 19,860,759
Dewey - 18,488,038
Wallace - 1,028,015
Thurmond - 784,246