How much did Obama win by?
In the general population vote Obama had 52.9 percent of the vote to McCain 45.7 percent. Although in electoral votes Obama swept the board with 365 electoral votes to 173. His win against Hillary Clinton was much closer than his win against McCain.
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yes . Obama will win!!! and if u cared about the enviorment and the economy than you would vote for him!!!!!
Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election, defeating John McCain. And on November 6, 2012, he won re-election, earning a second term by defeating Mitt Romney.
Obama won the alection by 3 million votes so now he is president. That sucks!
Obama won 365 electoral votes as opposed to McCain who won 173.
Barack Obama won 28 states: WA, OR, CA, NV, NM, CO, MN, IA, MO, IL, WI, MI, IN, OH, PA, NY, VT, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC, VA, NC, FL, and H. He also received 1 elector…al vote from Nebraska. John McCain won the other 22 The states won by McCain were TX,GA,AR,MO.KY,AL,TN, LA,MS,SC,AK,OK,KS, SD,ND,WY,MT,AZ, ID,UT, AK , and NE(4 of 5 votes)
He receives about $1.4 million and the White House has confirmed he will donate it all to charity.
1.4 million dollars. The irony and sad part is the U.S. tax payers will pay much more than that for the president to travel & receive the prize. He has stated he will donate t…he money to charity...
http:/nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/amount.html 10 millions SKE = 1.43 million U.S dollars
1.4 million dollars.
He was elected US Senator from Illinois in 2004 and took office in 2005.
President Barack Obama won the Nobel Prize in 2009.
In 2008, Obama won 52.9% of the popular vote, so you might say he won by 3%. In electoral vote, he won 365 and 270 is required, so you might say he won by 95 electoral votes…. He won 28 states plus DC compared to 22 for his opponent.
Yes he does. Whether a president is elected for the first time or re-elected for a second term, there is an inauguration ceremony, and at that time, the president and vice pre…sident are sworn in.
. YES ! One or the other will win ! Romney is currently in the lead and will likely win.
The popular vote count in 2012 was closer than President Obama's landslide 2008 victory. He defeated Mitt Romney by 51% to 47%. The vote totals were: Obama, 65,899, 660 to Rom…ney's 60,932,152. However, President Obama won the electoral college vote by a decisive margin; 332 electoral votes to Gov Romney's 206.