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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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What states did Barack Obama win?

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 electoral vote from Nebraska.

What states did Obama win?

Wyoming, Vermont, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Florida, North Carolina, Washington State, Maryland, Iowa, Delaware, Minnesota, New Jersey, North Dakota, Maine, Virginia,Wisconsin, Indiana, Idaho, New York, Washington D.C., Rhode Island, Michigan, California, Pennsylvania,Massachusetts, New Hamps (MORE)

Will Obama win the presidential election?

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.

Who will win Obama or McCain?

Well Obama won and was in the lead almost the whole election. please do not erase the answer because it is very accurate.

Who is winning Obama or McCain?

Barack Obama has won the majority of presidential votes in the United States Election and has become the President-elect.

Is Barack Obama going to win?

As of mid September 2012: According to trading at Intrade (a world-wide prediction market), President Obama has a very good chance. As of mid September 2012, President Obama is listed with a 66.3% likelihood to win the 2012 election and that trend is going up daily. They have his opponent, Gover (MORE)

How exactly did Obama win the presidency?

He ran a very effective campaign, making use of the internet, reaching out to young voters, and mobilizing the large number of Americans who were tired of eight years of Bush's policies and were ready for something new.

How did President Obama win the election?

In 2008, he won because the majority of Americans were frustrated by what had happened to the country under President Bush. That may sound like a partisan answer, but objective researchers (including political scientists) showed that even many Republicans felt that Mr. Bush had turned out to be a di (MORE)

Did Obama or McCain win Arizona?

John McCain won Arizona. Arizona awarded its 10 electoral votes to John McCain who won the state with 1,230,111 votes as opposed to Obama's 1,034,707 votes.

Did Barack Obama win?

If you are asking about his campaign for the presidency, he won ittwice: for the first time in 2008, and then he was re-elected in2012. Another Answer: Yes, He won....sadly....I fear for our nation

What states did Obama win and which did McCain win?

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 electoral 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, (MORE)

What Grammy did Barack Obama win for?

Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize. People from his camp are even wondering why. Since the voting took place after he was in office for 12 days... it looks like he won for making a couple of good speaches. . He will be in good company with Yasser Arafat and Al Gore.

When did Obama win the Grammy?

He has won two. One in 2005 and one in 2008. Both are for a spoken word album. In 2005 it was for his book "Dreams From My Father" In 2008 it was again for his book, this time it was "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream." also it should be noted that he beat out both Ji (MORE)

Did Obama win South Dakota?

No, but that is certainly not viewed by political pundits as anything shocking. It would have been a shock if they had given him their support. They last gave their vote to a Democrat in the 1964 race between Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was seen as a radical who was " Beyond the (MORE)

How much did barack obama win by in the 2008 election?

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.

Will Obama win re-election?

Yes, on November 6, 2012, President Obama was re-elected. He received 332 electoral votes, while his opponent Mitt Romney received 206. In the popular vote, President Obama received 51% to his opponent's 47%. (The popular vote totals were: President Obama with 62,611,250 and Mitt Romney with 59,134, (MORE)

Will Barack Obama Win Again?

Only if the economy improves substantially and/or the Republicans nominate a radical. . Be sure to fact check for yourselves. Those who say his approval rating is the lowest Presidential rating in history have the facts wrong . His approval in the polls is one of the highest. According to tra (MORE)

Will Obama win the next election?

Nobody knows-- the election is not until November. I believe that most pol;s indicate that if the election were held today, Obama would be favored to win. However, polls are often poorly designed and even if they are scientifically designed for accuracy, people change their minds and/or give false (MORE)

Does Obama have to swear in if he wins again?

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 president are sworn in.

Will Obama win election in 2012?

Yes. Barack Obama was elected to a second term as the 44th U.S. president on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. In the electoral votes, President Obama received 62% of the votes: he got 332, while his opponent Mitt Romney received 206. In the popular vote, President Obama received 51% to his opponent's 47%. (MORE)

Who is winning Obama or Romney?

On November 6, 2012, President Obama won the election, defeating his challenger Mitt Romney. As a result of winning the election, Mr. Obama will serve a second term.

Why should President Obama win?

Well he has won twice now and that is his limit. As to Why should he win, well there is no answer to that question. You could just as well ask why should any one become president.

Will President Obama win the election and why?

Yes. Barack Obama was elected to a second term as the 44th U.S. president on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. In the electoral votes, President Obama received 62% of the votes: he got 332, while his opponent Mitt Romney received 206. In the popular vote, President Obama received 51% to his opponent's 47%. (MORE)

Who will win Obama Or Romney?

Mit romney will win bacause whole state of georgia is voting for romney i am white and i pick romney. Romney! Romney! Romney!

Who do you think is winning Obama or Romney?

Many pollsters did not know who would win, as the race was very close, but in the end, Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential race, and won a second term.

Did Obama win the 2012 elections?

Yes. Barack Obama was elected to a second term as the 44th U.S. president on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. In the electoral votes, President Obama received 62% of the votes: he got 332, while his opponent Mitt Romney received 206. In the popular vote, President Obama received 51% to his opponent's 47%. (MORE)

Who is winning election Obama or Romney?

After the popular vote of 6th November 2012, Mitt Romney has conceded defeat and Obama therefore wins a second four year term in office. Obama achieved his nomination by obtaining 303 Electoral votes and 50% (and growing) of the popular vote.

Who is winning Romney or Obama?

Although the polls said the election would be close, President Obama scored a decisive win in the electoral college, and also won the popular vote. He was thus re-elected, and will serve a second term.

Who is winning Obama or rommney?

Since the election of the US President is on 11/6/2012 and this question was asked on 11/5/2012, there is no official way of telling who is winning. The counting of ballots officially starts on voting day, not before. You may read of "exit" polls of early voters but this is not an official count, j (MORE)

Who do you think will win Romney or Obama?

We at Answers.com were hesitant to make predictions, but most of the reliable pundits, pollsters, and political scientists did make predictions: based on the available evidence, the majority said that President Obama would win. And that is exactly what happened.

Did Obama win or Romney?

Barack Obama was elected to a second term as the 44th U.S. president on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Returns for the 2012 presidential election showed Obama leading the popular vote nationally with 62,085,892 tallies (or 50.6 percent) over Republican challenger Mitt Romney, who had 58,777,012 (or 47.9 (MORE)

How much did Obama win by Romney?

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 Romney's 60,932,152. However, President Obama won the electoral college vote by a decisive margin; 332 electoral votes to Gov Ro (MORE)

Did Barack Obama win in 2012?

Yes, on November 6, 2012, President Obama won re-election, receiving a majority of the popular vote and winning the electoral college.

Did Obama win in nv?

Yes, he received all six of Nevada's electoral votes in the 2012 election. President Obama had 52.36 percent, and his challenger, Mitt Romney received 45.68 percent. (Mr. Obama's received 68,000 more votes than Mitt Romney did: the president had 531,373 while his challenger had 463,567.)

How did Obama win 2012 election?

This is a question that is still being analyzed and debated; but most political scientists and students of politics believe that President Obama ran a better campaign than Mitt Romney did; despite an economic recovery that was moving more slowly than Mr. Obama had wanted, he was able to persuade vot (MORE)