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2012 Presidential Election Statistics

Tonawanda

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Great visual and summary of voters at a glance.

I will definitely carry it as a reference.
 
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It's good to be aware who the Obama supporters are among your neighbors and those you see on the streets, in stores, etc.
 

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The voter statistics show that the majority want government to financially support them - that - or punish anyone that has a dime more than "them" which is a pandoras box within itself.
 

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Well I see the stats differently than you guys. To me it shows Romney really only won with white men above a certain age. Even groups Republicans claim to speak for such as Catholics and Jews voted more for Obama.
 
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