Results from Tuesday's Kentucky, Arkansas, Nevada and Idaho primaries: Democrats

Kentucky: Carter 160,288 or 67 percent, for 38 delegates. Kennedy 54,876 or 23 percent, for 12 delegates. Eight percent of the vote was uncommetted, the rest scattered.

Arkansas: Carter 263,998 or 60 percent, for 23 delegates. Kennedy 77,072 or 18 percent, for 5 delegates. Eighteen percent of the vote -- and 5 delegates -- went to the uncommitted.

Nevada: Carter 25,159 or 38 percent for 5 delegates. Kennedy 19,296 or 29 percent for 3 delegates. Thirty-three percent of the vote there was uncommitted, for 4 delegates.

Idaho: Carter 29,097 or 63 percent. Kennedy 10,241 or 21 percent. Republicans

Kentucky: Reagan 78,430 or 83 percent for all 27 delegates. Bush 6,848 for 7 percent. Anderson 5 percent, 3 percent went uncommitted and the rest was scattered.

Idaho: Reagan 105,146 or 83 percent for 15 delegates. Anderson ran second with 10 percent and 2 delegates, even though he is out of the Republican race. Bush 4 percent and no delegates.

Nevada: Reagan 39,352 or 83 percent, for 14 delegates. Bush 7 percent of the vote and 1 delegate. Ten percent of the vote and 2 delegates went uncommitted. Idaho Democrats and Arkansas Republicans chose their convention delegates by caucus.