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2012 Electoral College Map
        Electoral Popular
Political Party Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # %
Democratic Barack Obama Joseph Biden 332 61.7 65,899,660 51.1
Republican Mitt Romney Paul Ryan 206 38.3 60,932,152 47.2

  • Click on state name for access to source used for this data.
  • The difference between the sum of popular votes for Obama and Romney & the total state votes cast is the vote total for all other minor candidates.
  • Final certified update at 15:15 PST, January 3, 2013.

Obama / Biden
Romney / Ryan

Barack Obama Mitt Romney
  BARACK OBAMA
Democrat
MITT ROMNEY
Republican
STATE TOTAL VOTES Votes % EV Votes % EV
Alabama 2,074,338 795,696 38.4%   1,255,925 60.5% 9
Alaska 300,495 122,640 40.8%   164,676 54.8% 3
Arizona 2,299,254 1,025,232 44.6%   1,233,654 53.7% 11
Arkansas 1,069,468 394,409 36.9%   647,744 60.6% 6
California 13,038,547 7,854,285 60.2% 55 4,839,958 37.1%  
Colorado 2,569,520 1,323,101 51.5% 9 1,185,243 46.1%  
Connecticut 1,558,960 905,083 58.1% 7 634,892 40.7%  
Delaware 413,921 242,584 58.6% 3 165,484 40.0%  
Dist. of Col. 293,764 267,070 90.9% 3 21,381 7.3%  
Florida 8,474,179 4,237,756 50.0% 29 4,163,447 49.1%  
Georgia 3,900,050 1,773,827 45.5%   2,078,688 53.3% 16
Hawaii 434,697 306,658 70.5% 4 121,015 27.8%  
Idaho 652,274 212,787 32.6%   420,911 64.5% 4
Illinois 5,242,014 3,019,512 57.6% 20 2,135,216 40.7%  
Indiana 2,624,534 1,152,887 43.9%   1,420,543 54.1% 11
Iowa 1,582,180 822,544 52.0% 6 730,617 46.2%  
Kansas 1,159,971 440,726 38.0%   692,634 59.7% 6
Kentucky 1,797,212 679,370 37.8%   1,087,190 60.5% 8
Louisiana 1,994,065 809,141 40.6%   1,152,262 57.8% 8
Maine 713,180 401,306 56.3% 4 292,276 41.0%  
Maryland 2,707,327 1,677,844 62.0% 10 971,869 35.9%  
Massachusetts 3,167,767 1,921,290 60.7% 11 1,188,314 37.5%  
Michigan 4,730,961 2,564,569 54.2% 16 2,115,256 44.7%  
Minnesota 2,936,561 1,546,167 52.7% 10 1,320,225 45.0%  
Mississippi 1,285,584 562,949 43.8%   710,746 55.3% 6
Missouri 2,757,323 1,223,796 44.4%   1,482,440 53.8% 10
Montana 484,048 201,839 41.7%   267,928 55.4% 3
Nebraska 794,379 302,081 38.0%   475,064 59.8% 5
Nevada 1,014,918 531,373 52.4% 6 463,567 45.7%  
New Hampshire 710,972 369,561 52.0% 4 329,918 46.5%  
New Jersey 3,638,499 2,122,786 58.3% 14 1,478,088 40.6%  
New Mexico 783,758 415,335 53.0% 5 335,788 42.8%  
New York 7,061,925 4,471,871 63.4% 29 2,485,432 35.2%  
North Carolina 4,505,372 2,178,391 48.4%   2,270,395 50.4% 15
North Dakota 322,932 124,966 38.7%   188,320 58.3% 3
Ohio 5,580,822 2,827,621 50.7% 18 2,661,407 47.7%  
Oklahoma 1,334,872 443,547 33.2%   891,325 66.8% 7
Oregon 1,789,270 970,488 54.2% 7 754,175 42.1%  
Pennsylvania 5,753,670 2,990,274 52.1% 20 2,680,434 46.7%  
Rhode Island 446,049 279,677 62.7% 4 157,204 35.2%  
South Carolina 1,964,118 865,941 44.1%   1,071,645 54.6% 9
South Dakota 363,815 145,039 39.9%   210,610 57.9% 3
Tennessee 2,458,577 960,709 39.1%   1,462,330 59.5% 11
Texas 7,993,851 3,308,124 41.4%   4,569,843 57.2% 38
Utah 1,017,440 251,813 24.7%   740,600 72.8% 6
Vermont 299,290 199,239 66.6% 3 92,698 31.0%  
Virginia 3,854,490 1,971,820 51.2% 13 1,822,522 47.3%  
Washington 3,125,516 1,755,396 56.2% 12 1,290,670 41.3%  
West Virginia 670,438 238,269 35.5%   417,655 62.3% 5
Wisconsin 3,071,434 1,620,985 52.9% 10 1,410,966 46.0%  
Wyoming 249,061 69,286 27.8%   170,962 68.6% 3
Totals 129,067,662 65,899,660 51.1% 332 60,932,152 47.2% 206

Federal Election Commission used as an additional source to check vote totals:
http://www.fec.gov/pubrec/fe2012/2012presgeresults.pdf

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