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Ron Paul Results 2008/2012

________________ 2008 / 2012% _ #votes08/12 _ % & x increase

Jan 3:_Iowa caucuses ___ 10% / 21.4% . 11,817 / 26,036 . +120% . x2.2

Jan 10:New Hampshire __ 7.6% / 23% . . 18,276 / 56,848 . +200% . x3.11

Jan 21:South Carolina___ 3.6% / 13% . . 15,773 / 78,093 . +395% . x4.95

Jan 31:Florida _________ 3.2% / 7% . . . 62,887 /117,104. +86.2%. x1.9

Feb 4: Nevada _______ 13.7% / 18.7% . . 6,084 / 6,175. . +1.5%. . x1.02

Feb 7:Colorado________ 8.4% / 11.8% . . 5,910 / 7,759 . . +31% . . x1.3
____ Minnesota ______ 15.7% / 27.1% . . 9,852 / 13,228 . +34.5% . x1.35
____ Missouri__________4.5% / 12.2%. . 26,464 / 30,641 . +16% . . x1.16

Feb 11: Maine _______ 18.3% / 36.2% . . 1,011 / 2,257 . . +123%. . x2.23

Feb 28:Arizona _______ 4.2% / 8.4% . . 22,692 / 38,753. . +71% . . x1.7
_____ Michigan_______ 6.3% / 12%. . . 54,475 /115,956. . +113% . x2.13

Mar 3:Washington __ 21.64% / 25%. . . . 2,666 / 12,594. . +373% . x4.73

March 6 (Super Tuesday)
Alaska _____________ 17.3% / 24%. . . . 2,004 / 3,175. . . +59% . . x1.6
Georgia _____________ 2.9% / 6.6% . . 28,096 / 58,982 . . +110% . x2.1
Massachusetts_______ 2.6% / 10% . . . 13,251 / 35,037 . . +165% . x2.65
North Dakota _______ 21.3% / 27.1%. . . 2,082 / 2,938. . . +42% . . x1.4
Ohio _______________ 4.6% / 9.2%. . . 49,006 /111,238. . +127% . x2.27
Oklahoma___________ 3.3% / 9.6% . . . 11,183 / 27,572. . +147% . x2.47
Tennessee__________ 5.6% / 9% . . . . 31,026 / 49,801 . . +61% . . x1.6
Vermont ___________ 6.6% / 25.5% . . . 2,635 / 15,277 . . +480% . x5.8
Virginia ____________ 4.5% / 40.5%. . . 21,999 /107,480. . +390% . x4.9
Idaho(primary 2 man race) 23.7%/29,785 (caucus 4 man race) 18.1%/8,086

March 10
Kansas ___________ 11.2% / 12.6% . . . 2,182 / 3,767 . . . +73% . . x1.73
Virgin Islands ____ 2.8% / 29% . . . . . . . 9 / 112 . . . . +1150% . x12.5
Wyoming ____________ 0% / 21% . . Delegates 0 / 4 . . . . + Infinite

March 13
Alabama ___________ 2.7% / 5% . . . . 14,810 / 30,892 . . . +109% . x2.1
Mississippi _________ 3.8% / 4.4% . . . . 5,571 / 12,749 . . . +129% . x2.3
Hawaii

Mar 20: Illinois _______ 5% / 9% . . . . . 45,055 / 86,605 . . . +92% . x1.9

Mar 24:Louisiana____ 5.3% / 6% . . . . . . 8,590 / 11,460 . . . +33% . x1.3

April 3:
Maryland____________ 6% / 9.5% . . . . 19,196 / 22,698 . . . +18%. . x1.2
Washington, DC ___ 7.95% / 12%. . . . . . . 494 / 535 . . . . . .+9% . . x1.1
Wisconsin ________ 4.65% / 11.2% . . . 19,090 / 87,896 . . . +360% . x4.6

April 24:
Connecticut _______ 4.15% / 13.4% . . . . 6,287 / 8,014 . . . . +28% . x1.3
Delaware __________ 4.2% / 10.6% . . . . 2,131 / 3,017 . . . . +45% . x1.5
New York __________ 6.2% / 15.3% . . . 40,113 / 24,947 . . . -37% . -1.6
Pennsylvania ______ 15.5% / 13.2% . . 129,274 /105,352 . . . -18% . -1.22
Rhode Island _______ 6.5% / 23.9% . . . . 1,777 / 3,462 . . . . +95% . x1.95

May 8:
Indiana ___________ 7.66% / 15.6% . . . 31,611 / 99,628 . . . +215% . x3.15
North Carolina ______ 7.2% / 11.1% . . . 37,260 /107,109 . . . +187% . x2.9
West Virginia ________ 5% / 11% . . . . . . 5,914 / 12,263 . . . +108% . x2.1

May 15:
Nebraska __________ 12.8% / 10% . . . . 17,772 / 18,199 . . . +2%
Oregon____________ 14.5% / 13% . . . . 51,100 / 35,889 . . . -30%

______2008 ___ vote%_____vote count

Texas ____________ 4.9% _____ 66,360

May 22:
Arkansas ___________ 4.8% _____ 10,983
Kentucky ___________ 6.8% _____ 13,427

June 5:
California ___________ 4.27% _____ 125,365
Montana C __________ 24.5% ________ 400
Montana P __________ 21,5% ______ 20,606
New Jersey _________ 4.8% _______ 27,301
New Mexico ________ 14% _________ 15,561
South Dakota ______ 16.5% _______ 10,072
June 26:
Utah _______________ 3% __________ 8,846

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ALSO SEE
Ron Paul VS Mitt Romney + the GOP head to head 2008/2012
http://www.dailypaul.com/207797/ron-paul-vs-mitt-romney-head...

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http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/national.php?year=2008&el...
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ytc's picture

Time to visit hilt's numbers, again. . .

His chart always cheers me up. We ARE making a difference.

Time to update again - I

Time to update again - I believe Wisconsin vote quadrupled between '08 and '12.

Updated with our first win

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ytc's picture

Wow, 12.5 times growth of support for Ron Paul at Virgin Islands

What an accomplishment! Who ARE the super activists there? Can they share some insights as to how to spread the good news of liberty so effectively?

Virgin Islands ____ 2.8% / 29% . . . . . . . 9 / 112 . . . . +1150% . x12.5

hilt, MANY thanks for compiling this! Looking forward to seeing the new additions for Maryland, WI etc.

ytc's picture

Can't wait to see the updated numbers for the SuperTuesday!

The Ron Paul population IS unmistakably growing!

In Wyoming, where non-republicans were not allowed to vote in precinct caucuses, we KNOW that we have at least twice as many Ron Paul supporters and sympathizers living around us.

Thanks, hilt, for counting the beans for us!

Thanks ytc, updated.

Vermont winning the wake up call so far!

do you know what the Wyoming popular vote count was from 2008? or is it delegates only and no popular vote? I can only find the delegate count.

Table?

Can you put this data into tabular form? Or CSV below this view.

It's very hard to read as it is.

getting the columns lined up is hard to do

that is why I used underscore, the edit looks nothing like the post. sorry if its hard to read but the information is there.
If you can find a cleaner why to view please post here and let me know how you did it, thanks

I had thought of using google aps for tables I had in mind.

Then I could link to them.

Free includes debt-free!

Whenever the people know what DR. Paul stands for..

..then they vote for him.
We need to take over more initative.
Please share these everywhere:

Blackout the mass Media and put these flyers everywhere around your neighbourhood(mailboxes, cars..) voting places and everywhere you think they can change some minds and hearts.
They are free to print!

They inform the masses about what the candidates stand for and how great the ideas and integrity of americas future president Ron Paul is compared to his opponents:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/81315475/National-Comparison-Sheet
http://www.mediafire.com/?jhnxoxm84b4otc1

from:
http://www.dailypaul.com/217977/promotional-flyers-compariso...

48 hours until first wins of the campaign

Based on the data, I think Ron is favored to win Alaska and North Dakota, with Idaho (heavy Mormon) a possibility.

I also see a good showing in Vermont...at LEAST a strong second.

And who knows what can happen in Virginia.

We can Win virginia if we inform the people about Dr. Paul!

http://www.mediafire.com/?on3rm96ond3t0kk
http://www.scribd.com/doc/80275158/Candidate-Fact-Sheet-VA

YOU can win virginia!!

Do whatever you want with them they are free!
Print out and distribute them into mailboxes, car windshields and wherever you think they are usefull.

Tell other Paul voters in virginia about them so they can spread them too.
We educate the people in VA that just rely on the Mass Media.
They only see romney but these flyers will give them some food for thought!
2 days to go. When we start today and each Paul supporter distributes a few hundred of them i ntheir neighbourhood then come voting day and we will win.

Ron Paul can win in Virginia!!!

Get out and inform all people then dont forget to take pictures of the voting!

I hope this trend continues...

Idaho gave him his largest percentage in 08 - and I, sadly, wasn't one of them. This time, I will be caucusing with my husband, sister and brother-in-law...that's 4 more than last time! Maybe he'll triple his numbers here and (per the rules) be over 50% and awarded ALL delegates by default. Oh, and I'm going to be on the ballot in May for precinct commitee chair - first time I'll be able to vote for myself...who knows, maybe I'll end up at the national convention!! :)

CHECK OUT MY VIDEO! The views stopped overnight when for 'copyright' reasons, mobile viewing was disabled. I want to get to 8,000 - HELP by watching: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-pTvjzHN3I

Fantastic! Can you bring more?

Can we chip in to help you rent a bus to bring more?

A fleet of buses?

Updated

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Excellent progress (double to quadruple) in four years

The thing we MUST all remember is that this is a MOVEMENT that is simply USING the ELECTION PODIUM as a TOOL for increasing our numbers.

Let the bad guys play their computer voting games.

The CROWDS are getting bigger.
The CROWDS are getting more diverse in age and financial status.
The MESSAGE is becoming more and more mainstream!
We are WINNING if you look at it in the long haul.

Now EVERYONE, send some $$$$ to the campaign so Dr. Paul can keep using this bully pulpit while it is there for him to use!
www.ronpaul2012.com

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmaTNf4YhEs

Updated

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updated Maine 100%

supposedly counted!

Updated @83.7% or 95% counted ???

check out this link to see how Mitt and the GOP are on the decline.

http://www.dailypaul.com/207797/ron-paul-vs-mitt-romney-head...

Please notice!

that South Carolina -- which was almost completely blanketed by Super Brochures -- had by far the greatest increase in raw numbers of people voting for Ron Paul, and the greatest multiplication factor.

Given the still-- and always -- negative coverage by the media of Ron Paul, we had better get moving and blanket the rest of the states, especially primary ones. Let's get Georgia covered now! It doesn't take but a few seconds to donate, and you will reach real people (seriously, not dead ones :) ).

www.superbrochure.com

Here is a graph

nice!

keep posting updates for the future states...this is awesome!

@ immson Good graph

You can see Ron against Mitt & the GOP here
http://www.dailypaul.com/207797/ron-paul-vs-mitt-romney-head...

ytc's picture

These numbers are awesome!

Truly nothing to be ashamed of or get flustered about.

Thank you, hilt, for letting the "cold inorganic" numbers give us the most encouraging view of the way we are growing.

BTW: Wyo didn't make their results public in 2008? (grips of the Cheney clan too tight there for info to flow out freely??) We'll try to do A LOT BETTER this time around :-)

Thanks

I have updated the last three States. check out The Ron against Mitt's Numbers here is the link
http://www.dailypaul.com/207797/ron-paul-vs-mitt-romney-head...

hilt - I like how you set up the next states

________2008 ____ vote%______vote count
Feb 7:Colorado _____ 8.4% _____ 5,910
____ Minnesota ____ 15.7% _____ 9,852
____ Missouri _______ 4.5% ____ 26,464

will be interesting to see if the #s increase

Hi DrHeyde Updated

look at the Ron vs Mitt # Mitts day was really bad in Minnesota he lost 68.5% I also added the GOP # 08/12 that are going down.

Updated

we need a recount do you think it possible? the only televised caucus Ron killed it.

For fun here are Ron Paul's 1988 results in the early states

Iowa (not on ballot)
New Hampshire 4502
South Carolina 4935
Florida 19796
Nevada 3520
Maine 2700
Colorado 15482

liberty lover in Nor Cal!

cool thanks

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