2012 Presidential Voter Support by Demographic
Statistic Verification
Source: Edison Research for the National Election Pool
Research Date: January 8th, 2014

The following voter demographic poll was conducted solely in the "Battleground" states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin.

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2012 Voter Demographic Statistics (For those who cast a ballot in the 9 battleground states)
GenderVoted for Barack ObamaVoted for Mitt Romney
Women55 %39 %
Men44 %52 %
Race  
White37 %59 %
Black93 %4 %
Hispanic71 %24 %
Asian73 %22 %
Age  
18 – 2960 %35 %
30 – 4452 %41 %
45 – 6442 %51 %
65 +38 %56 %
Income  
Under $30,00063 %31 %
$30,000 – $49,00057 %39 %
$50,000 +42 %53 %
$100,000 +38 %54 %
Voter Registration  
Democrat92 %4 %
Independent42 %50 %
Republican3 %93 %

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