2012

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN & ELECTIONS

2012

ELECTION 2012 RESULTS

President:

270 to win
Barack Obama: 332
Mitt Romney: 206

House

Majority : 218
Republicans: 233
Democrats: 195

Senate:

Majority: 50
Democrats: 54
Republicans: 45
Independents: 1

ELECTORAL MAP 2012

The following is based on the New York Times calculation of the potential Electoral votes both for the Democratic & Republican nominees.

As of November 4, 2012

  • Barack Obama (D) Solid + Leaning: 243
  • Tossup / Undecided: 89
  • Mitt Romney (R) Solid + Leaning: 206

GALLUP ELECTION 2012 TRACKING

Oct 22-28, 2012 – Updates daily at 1 p.m. ET; reflects one-day change
REGISTERED VOTERS
CHANGE
Romney — 48% — +1
Obama — 48% — –
LIKELY VOTERS
CHANGE
Romney — 51% — +1
Obama — 46% — –

GOP DELEGATE COUNT

1144 delegates are needed to clinch the Republican nomination — Based on the New York Times’ calculations

As of May 23, 2012

  • Mitt Romney — 1074
  • Rick Santorum — 253
  • Newt Gingrich — 131
  • Ron Paul — 119
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