Election 2012: preliminary results by state

Preliminary results of the 2012 presidential elections in the United States, as of November 12

Election 2012: preliminary results by state This graph shows the preliminary results of the 2012 presidential elections in the United States as of November 12. As of the latest projections, President Obama has won the election with 332 votes in the electoral college, granting him a second term as president of the United States of America. His Republican opponent Mitt Romney lost the election with 206 votes in the electoral college.
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Preliminary results of the 2012 presidential elections in the United States, as of November 12

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Barack ObamaMitt Romney
Alabama (100% reported)38%61%
Alaska (99% reported)42%55%
Arizona (100% reported)44%54%
Arkansas (98% reported)37%61%
California (100% reported)59%39%
Colorado (100% reported)51%47%
Connecticut (100% reported)58%40%
Delaware (100% reported)59%40%
District of Columbia (100% reported)91%7%
Florida (99% reported)50%49%
Georgia (100% reported)45%53%
Hawaii (100% reported)71%28%
Idaho (100% reported)33%65%
Illinois (99% reported)57%41%
Indiana (99% reported)44%54%
Iowa (100% reported)52%47%
Kansas (100% reported)38%60%
Kentucky (100% reported)38%61%
Louisiana (100% reported)41%58%
Maine (98% reported)56%41%
Maryland (99% reported)62%37%
Massachusetts (99% reported)61%38%
Michigan (100% reported)54%45%
Minnesota (100% reported)53%45%
Mississippi (99% reported)44%55%
Missouri (100% reported)44%56%
Montana (94% reported)42%55%
Nebraska (100% reported)38%61%
Nevada (100% reported)52%46%
New Hampshire (100% reported)52%46%
New Jersey (99% reported)58%41%
New Mexico (100% reported)53%43%
New York (98% reported)63%36%
North Carolina (100% reported)48%51%
North Dakota (100% reported)39%59%
Ohio (100% reported)50%48%
Oklahoma (100% reported)33%67%
Oregon (96% reported)55%43%
Pennsylvania (99% reported)52%47%
Rhode Island (99% reported)63%36%
South Carolina (100% reported)44%55%
South Dakota (100% reported)40%58%
Tennessee (99% reported)39%60%
Texas (100% reported)41%57%
Utah (100% reported)25%73%
Vermont (100% reported)67%31%
Virginia (99% reported)51%48%
Washington (87% reported)56%42%
West Virginia (100% reported)36%62%
Wisconsin (99% reported)53%46%
Wyoming (100% reported)28%69%
Barack ObamaMitt Romney
Alabama (100% reported)38%61%
Alaska (99% reported)42%55%
Arizona (100% reported)44%54%
Arkansas (98% reported)37%61%
California (100% reported)59%39%
Colorado (100% reported)51%47%
Connecticut (100% reported)58%40%
Delaware (100% reported)59%40%
District of Columbia (100% reported)91%7%
Florida (99% reported)50%49%
Georgia (100% reported)45%53%
Hawaii (100% reported)71%28%
Idaho (100% reported)33%65%
Illinois (99% reported)57%41%
Indiana (99% reported)44%54%
Iowa (100% reported)52%47%
Kansas (100% reported)38%60%
Kentucky (100% reported)38%61%
Louisiana (100% reported)41%58%
Maine (98% reported)56%41%
Maryland (99% reported)62%37%
Massachusetts (99% reported)61%38%
Michigan (100% reported)54%45%
Minnesota (100% reported)53%45%
Mississippi (99% reported)44%55%
Missouri (100% reported)44%56%
Montana (94% reported)42%55%
Nebraska (100% reported)38%61%
Nevada (100% reported)52%46%
New Hampshire (100% reported)52%46%
New Jersey (99% reported)58%41%
New Mexico (100% reported)53%43%
New York (98% reported)63%36%
North Carolina (100% reported)48%51%
North Dakota (100% reported)39%59%
Ohio (100% reported)50%48%
Oklahoma (100% reported)33%67%
Oregon (96% reported)55%43%
Pennsylvania (99% reported)52%47%
Rhode Island (99% reported)63%36%
South Carolina (100% reported)44%55%
South Dakota (100% reported)40%58%
Tennessee (99% reported)39%60%
Texas (100% reported)41%57%
Utah (100% reported)25%73%
Vermont (100% reported)67%31%
Virginia (99% reported)51%48%
Washington (87% reported)56%42%
West Virginia (100% reported)36%62%
Wisconsin (99% reported)53%46%
Wyoming (100% reported)28%69%
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This graph shows the preliminary results of the 2012 presidential elections in the United States as of November 12. As of the latest projections, President Obama has won the election with 332 votes in the electoral college, granting him a second term as president of the United States of America. His Republican opponent Mitt Romney lost the election with 206 votes in the electoral college.
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