2012 Election Results Adjusted to Include All Eligible Voters
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In Millions
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2012 Presidential ElectionDemRepOtherTotal
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Voted64.960.52.2127.659.2%
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Didn’t vote39.416.532.188.040.8%
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Total Eligible Voters (VEP)104.377.034.3215.6
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Margin (VEP)27.2
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48.4%35.7%15.9%100.0%
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Margin (VEP)27.2
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Percent of Supporters Voting62.2%78.5%
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Addl Dem Voters to = Rep Turnout17
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If Dem Turnout = Rep Turnout81.960.52.2144.6
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56.6%41.8%1.5%100%
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% of supporters Not Registered26%16%
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Unlikely Voters - Projected Actual Numbers - millions
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DemRepThird PtyUndecidedTotal
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Registered not likely12.14.06.44.326.8
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Not Registered27.312.611.69.761.2
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39.416.518.014.088.0
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Suffolk Univ Poll -Raw Data-Not VotingThird PtyUndecided
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Registered not likely106355638235
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Not Registered23911010285536
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345145158123771
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44.7%18.8%20.5%16.0%
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6.5%
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2.4X
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Voting Eligible Population: Sourcehttp://elections.gmu.edu/Turnout_2012P.html
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StateVoting Age Population Estimate (VAP)Voting Eligible Population Estimate (VEP)% Eligible
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Total239,180,849215,568,16290.1%
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1Alabama3,701,5193,506,77894.7%
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2Alaska545,692507,49693.0%
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3Arizona4,895,9424,298,02487.8%
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4Arkansas2,252,3262,114,41693.9%
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5California28,631,58323,265,44781.3%
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6Colorado3,926,3103,603,76491.8%
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7Connecticut2,787,1142,528,41690.7%
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8Delaware705,473658,88493.4%
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9District of Columbia519,004470,97690.7%
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10Florida15,094,05913,088,17186.7%
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11Georgia7,376,2606,570,59589.1%
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12Hawaii1,084,589978,96890.3%
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13Idaho1,165,3661,091,17193.6%
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14Illinois9,817,6038,853,94890.2%
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15Indiana4,945,7624,748,64796.0%
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16Iowa2,347,5732,250,42395.9%
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17Kansas2,170,2702,041,13994.1%
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18Kentucky3,378,8543,242,28996.0%
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19Louisiana3,499,8213,304,71194.4%
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20Maine1,053,2851,036,23598.4%
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21Maryland4,521,0844,062,51889.9%
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22Massachusetts5,207,0064,720,54790.7%
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23Michigan7,547,1257,241,31495.9%
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24Minnesota4,075,2143,837,23794.2%
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25Mississippi2,241,7032,153,04096.0%
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26Missouri4,632,1384,418,02095.4%
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27Montana778,794767,51998.6%
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28Nebraska1,398,6701,331,29195.2%
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29Nevada2,064,4461,770,92085.8%
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30New Hampshire1,034,0451,001,91496.9%
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31New Jersey6,821,8805,885,47286.3%
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32New Mexico1,589,2651,443,13590.8%
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33New York15,214,31713,211,19186.8%
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34North Carolina7,457,8236,923,83292.8%
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35North Dakota534,626524,29698.1%
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36Ohio8,854,9048,593,58797.0%
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37Oklahoma2,895,3002,723,10494.1%
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38Oregon3,028,8462,802,25792.5%
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39Pennsylvania10,007,5049,624,16596.2%
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40Rhode Island833,091765,32491.9%
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41South Carolina3,621,8413,434,55194.8%
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42South Dakota627,383611,74697.5%
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43Tennessee4,939,9734,682,04294.8%
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44Texas18,989,25715,915,75883.8%
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45Utah1,970,4911,829,78592.9%
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46Vermont498,432489,10898.1%
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47Virginia6,316,1365,763,30891.2%
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48Washington5,274,8784,804,83991.1%
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49West Virginia1,479,2091,453,54998.3%
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50Wisconsin4,393,5184,202,09095.6%
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51Wyoming433,545420,20596.9%
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