Sales in states typically favoring Republican candidates, including Wyoming, Idaho, Louisiana, Tennessee, Missouri, and Oklahoma, increased by 33 percent, while sales in swing states increased by almost 55 percent, NPR reported.
Bigger spikes in sales were taped in significant cities throughout the U.S., including Washington, D.C., and New York City, NPR reported.
Sales of liquors, consisting of beer, alcohol and white wine, surged by almost 75 percent in blue states, such as California, Connecticut, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Washington, New Jersey and Illinois, on Election Day, according to NPR.
The biggest portion of Drizlys increased sales were for red wine deliveries, which amounted to about 42 percent while alcohol followed at 41 percent and beer at 15 percent, NPR reported.
Alcohol sales for delivery company Drizly escalated Tuesday as numerous Americans prepared for the outcome of the 2020 governmental election, NPR reported.
Sales for the business overall reached an increase of about 68 percent on Election Day, which surpassed sales from the last 4 Tuesdays. Drizly saw a similar surge four years back during the 2016 presidential election, according to NPR.
The results of the 2020 presidential election are still pending as tallies continue to be counted in Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Arizona.