The following is a simple chart showing the results of the 2012 Presidential Election, along with the amount 
of electoral votes (E/V) of each state.
S = Swings of State.

It also shows on how states voted in the last 7 elections. 
(Read further citations below the chart)
  

State

Voted More

E/V

S


State

Voted More

E/V

S

WASHINGTON

Democrat

12

D


FLORIDA

Republican

29

*

MINNESOTA

Democrat

10

D


VIRGINIA

Republican

13

*

OREGON

Democrat

7

D


MISSOURI

Republican

10

*

CALIFORNIA

Democrat

55

#


ARKANSAS

Republican

6

*

RHODE ISLAND

Democrat

4

D


KENTUCKY

Republican

8

*

NEW YORK

Democrat

29

D


LOUISIANA

Republican

8

*

MASSACHUSETTS

Democrat

11

D


TENNESSEE

Republican

11

*

MARYLAND

Democrat

10

#


INDIANA

Republican

11

*

MICHIGAN

Democrat

16

#


MONTANA

Republican

3

*

WISCONSIN

Democrat

10

D


NORTH CAROLINA

Republican

15

*

MAINE

Democrat

4

D


GEORGIA

Republican

16

*

ILLINOIS

Democrat

20

#


ARIZONA

Republican

11

*

HAWAII

Democrat

4

D


SOUTH DAKOTA

Republican

3

R

CONNECTICUT

Democrat

7

#


NORTH DAKOTA

Republican

3

R

VERMONT

Democrat

3

#


TEXAS

Republican

38

R

NEW JERSEY

Democrat

14

#


SOUTH CAROLINA

Republican

9

R

DELAWARE

Democrat

3

D


WYOMING

Republican

3

R

IOWA

Democrat

6

#


UTAH

Republican

6

R

PENNSYLVANIA

Democrat

20

*


OKLAHOMA

Republican

7

R

NEW MEXICO

Democrat

5

*


NEBRASKA

Republican

5

R

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Democrat

4

*


MISSISSIPPI

Republican

6

R

NEVADA

Democrat

6

*


KANSAS

Republican

6

R

OHIO

Democrat

18

*


IDAHO

Republican

4

R

WEST VIRGINIA

Republican

5

*


ALASKA

Republican

3

R

COLORADO

Republican

9

*


ALABAMA

Republican

9

R

278 Democrat Electoral Votes
257 Republican Electoral Votes

# Last Republican President to carry California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, Vermont, Delaware, and Illinois, was Bush Sr. when he defeated Dukakis in 1988.
* - States that may vote either Republican or Democrat.
D - States most likely to Vote Democrat
R - States most likely to Vote Republican

     
 
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