2012 Presidential Voter Support by Demographic
Statistic Verification
Source: Edison Research for the National Election Pool
Research Date: 11.7.2012
NOTE: The following voter demographic poll was conducted solely in the "Battleground" states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin.
2012 Voter Demographic Statistics (For those who cast a ballot in the 9 battleground states)
Gender Voted for Barack Obama Voted for Mitt Romney
Women 55 % 39 %
Men 44 % 52 %
Race    
White 37 % 59 %
Black 93 % 4 %
Hispanic 71 % 24 %
Asian 73 % 22 %
Age    
18 – 29 60 % 35 %
30 – 44 52 % 41 %
45 – 64 42 % 51 %
65 + 38 % 56 %
Income    
Under $30,000 63 % 31 %
$30,000 – $49,000 57 % 39 %
$50,000 + 42 % 53 %
$100,000 + 38 % 54 %
Voter Registration    
Democrat 92 % 4 %
Independent 42 % 50 %
Republican 3 % 93 %
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