Since 1832, at least one state with 10+ electoral votes has flipped from the previous cycle in 43 of 45 presidential elections, and at least one state with 20 or more votes has switched in 35 cycles. Indiana (and its 11 electoral votes) seems assured to flip this November, while Florida (27), Ohio (18), North Carolina (15), Virginia (13), and Wisconsin (10) remain candidates as well. Historically, New York has been the biggest state to flip 22 times (last doing so in 1988). Ohio is next with four cycles, with Florida, California, Kentucky, and Missouri with three and Pennsylvania with two. Florida was the biggest state to flip in 2008 with Ohio most recently being the most electoral vote rich state to switch in 1948.