How did North Carolina vote in 2012 election?

How did North Carolina vote in 2012 election?

Romney narrowly carried the state of North Carolina, winning 50.39% of the vote to Obama’s 48.35%, a margin of 2.04%. North Carolina was one of just two states (along with Indiana) that flipped from voting for Obama in 2008 to voting Republican in 2012.

What was the electoral college votes in 2012?

2012 United States presidential election

Party Democratic Republican
Home state Illinois Massachusetts
Running mate Joe Biden Paul Ryan
Electoral vote 332 206
States carried 26 + DC 24

How many electoral votes did South Carolina have in 2012?


United States presidential election in South Carolina, 2012
Party Electoral votes
Green 0
Constitution 0
Totals 9

How many electoral votes does North Carolina wear?

Current allocations

Alabama – 9 votes Kentucky – 8 votes North Dakota – 3 votes
Illinois – 20 votes New Jersey – 14 votes Washington – 12 votes
Indiana – 11 votes New Mexico – 5 votes West Virginia – 5 votes
Iowa – 6 votes New York – 29 votes Wisconsin – 10 votes
Kansas – 6 votes North Carolina – 15 votes Wyoming – 3 votes

Is NC A red or blue state?

Like most U.S. states, North Carolina is politically dominated by the Democratic and Republican political parties. North Carolina has 13 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and two seats in the U.S. Senate. North Carolina has voted Republican in nine of the last 10 presidential elections.

How many Electoral College votes does North Carolina have 2020?

North Carolina has 15 electoral votes in the Electoral College.

Is North Carolina a rich state?

North Carolina is the twenty-eighth richest state in the United States of America, with a per capita income of $20,307 (2000).

Is North Carolina diverse?

New data from the once-in-a-decade census count made it official last week — North Carolina’s population isn’t just bigger, it’s more diverse. The 10.4 million people who now call the Tar Heel State home identify as more multiracial overall. That’s despite raw population gains in nearly every racial and ethnic group.