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Ron Paul vs Mitt Romney head to head +GOP 08/12

___________2008 / 2012% __ #votes08/12 ___% & x increase

Iowa.
Paul _________ 10% / 21.4% . . 11,817 / 26,036 . +120% . x2.2
Romney_____ 25.2% / 24,5% . . 29,949 / 29,805 . -0.5% . -1.005
GOP ______ 118,696 / 121,501 . +2.5%

New Hampshire.
Paul ________ 7.6% / 23% . . . 18,276 / 56,848 . +200% . x3.11
Romney ____ 31.6% / 39.3%. . 75,675 / 97,532 . +28.9% . x1.29
GOP______ 239,793 / 248,154 . +3.5%

South Carolina.
Paul ________ 3.6% / 13% . . . 15,773 / 78,093 . +395% . x4.95
Romney ____ 15.3% / 27.8%. . 68,177 /167,297 . +145% . x2.45
GOP ______445,617 / 601,215 . +35%

Florida
Paul ________ 3.2% / 7% . . . . 62,887 / 117,104 . +86.2% . x1.86
Romney ______31% / 46.4%. . 604,932 / 775,014 . +28.1% . x1.28
GOP ____ 1,949,498 / 1,669,647 . -14.5%

Nevada
Paul _______ 13.7% / 18.7%. . . . 6,084 / 6,175 . . +1.5% . x1.015
Romney ____ 51.1% / 50% . . . . 22,646 /16,486. . . -27% . -1.375
GOP _______ 44,315 / 32,894 . -26%

Colorado
Paul ________ 8.4% / 11.8% . . . . 5,910 / 7,759 . . +31% . . x1.3
Romney ____ 60.1% / 34.9% . . . 42,218 /23,012 . . -45.5% . -1.85
GOP_______ 70.229 / 65,956 . -6.5%

Minnesota
Paul _______ 15.7% / 27.1% . . . 9,852 /13,228 . . +34.5% . x1.35
Romney ____ 41.4% / 16.9% . . 25,990 / 8,222 . . . -68.5% . -3.16
GOP_______ 62,828 / 48,795 . -22.5%

Missouri
Paul ________ 4.5% / 12.2% . . . 26,464 / 30,641 . . +16% . x1.16
Romney ____ 29.3% / 25.3% . . 172,329 / 63,826 . . -63% . -2.7
GOP______ 588,844 / 240,936 . -59%

Maine
Paul _______ 18.3% / 36.2% . . . . 1,011 / 2,257 . . +123% . x2.23
Romney______ 52% / 38%. . . . . . 2,826 / 2,374 . . . -16% . -1.2
GOP________ 5,430 / 6,243 . +15%

Arizona
Paul ________ 4.2% / 8.4% . . . . 22,692 / 38,753 . . +71% . x1.7
Romney ____ 34.5% / 47.3% . . 186,838 /216,804 . . +16% . x1.16
GOP______ 541,035 / 453,627 . -16.2%

Michigan
Paul ________ 6.3% / 12% . . . . 54,475 / 115,956 . . +113% . x2.13
Romney ____ 38.9% / 41% . . . 338,316 / 410,517 . . . +21% . x1.21
GOP______ 869,293 / 976,340 . +12.3%

Washington caucus
Paul _______ 21.64% / 25% . . . . 2,666 / 12,594 . . +373% . x4.73
Romney ____ 15.45% / 38% . . . . 1,903 / 19,111
GOP caucus __ 12,320 / 49,015
GOP primary _ 530,509

Alaska
Paul ________ 17.3% / 24% . . . . 2,004 / 3,175. . . +59% . . x1.6
Romney _____ 44.6% /32.4% . . . 5,177 / 4,285. . . -18% . . -1.2
GOP _______ 11.614 / 13,185 . +14%

Georgia
Paul _________ 2.9% / 6.6% . . . 28,096 / 58,982 . . +110% . x2.1
Romney _____ 30.2% /25.9%. . 290,707 /233,297 . . -20% . . -1.25
GOP ______ 963,541 / 868,553 . -10%

Idaho
Paul (primary 2 man race) 23.7%/29,785 (caucus 4 man race) 18.1%/8,086
Romney . . . . Withdrew

Massachusetts
Paul __________ 2.6% / 10% . . . 13,251 / 35,037 . . +165% . x2.65
Romney ______ 51.1% /72.2% . . 255,892/265,110 . . +3.5% . x1.04
GOP _______ 500,550 / 365,578 . -27%

North Dakota
Paul _________ 21.3% / 27.1% . . . 2,082 / 2,938 . . . +42% . x1.4
Romney ______ 35.7% / 24.3% . . . 3,490 / 2,639 . . . -25% . -1.32
GOP _________ 9,785 / 10,849 . +10%

Ohio
Paul __________ 4.6% / 9.2% . . . 49,006 / 111,238 . +127%. . x2.27
Romney _______ 3.3% /37.9%. . . 35,192 / 465,513
GOP ______ 1,059,137 / 1,203,403

Oklahoma
Paul _________ 3.3% / 9.6% . . . . 11,183 / 27,572. . . +147% . x2.47
Romney _____ 24.8% /28% . . . . . 83,030 / 80,291. . . -3.5% . -1.035
GOP _______ 335,054 / 286,298 . -14.5%

Tennessee
Paul _________ 5.6% / 9%. . . . . . 31,026 / 49,801. . . +61% . . x1.6
Romney _____ 23.6% /28.1% . . . 130,632 /154,911 . . +18.5% . x1.18
GOP ______ 553,788 / 546,853 . -1.5%

Vermont
Paul _________ 6.6% / 25.5% . . . . 2,635 / 15,277. . . +480%. . x5.8
Romney ______ 4.5% / 39.8% . . . . 1,809 / 23,866
GOP _______ 39,843 / 60,304

Virginia
Paul _________ 4.5% / 40.5% . . . 21,999 / 107,480 . . +390% . x4.9
Romney ______ 3.7% / 59.5% . . . 18,002 / 158,053
GOP ______ 519,252 / 265,533 . -49%

Kansas
Paul ________ 11.2% / 12.6% . . . . 2,182 / 3,767 . . . +73%. . x1.73
Romney _____ 3.35% / 20.9% . . . . . .653 / 6,250

Wyoming
Paul __________ 0% / 21% . . . . Delegates 0 / 4 . . . . + Infinite
Romney ______ 57% / 39% . . . . Delegates 8 / 12 . . . +50% . x1.5

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

Romney _____ 18.5% /26%. . . . . . . . 60 / 101. . . . . +68% . x1.7
GOP __________ 254 / 324 . +28%

Alabama
Paul_________ 2.7% / 5% . . . . 14,810 / 30,892 . . . +109% . x2.1
Romney____ 17.75% / 29% . . . 98,019 /180,250 . . . +84% . x1.84
GOP ______ 552,155 /612,489 . +11%

Mississippi
Paul ________ 3.8% / 4.4% . . . . 5,571 / 12,749 . . . +129% . x2.3
Romney _____ 1.5% /30.6%. . . . 2,187 / 88,715
GOP______ 145,335 / 289,554

Illinois
Paul __________ 5% / 9% . . . . .45,055 / 86,605 . . . +92% . x1.9
Romney ____ 28.6% / 47% . . . 257,265 /433,700 . . . +68% . x1,68
GOP______ 899,422 /919,786 . +2%

Louisiana
Paul ________ 5.3% / 6% . . . . . . 8,590 / 11,460 . . . +33% . x1.3
Romney ____ 6.34% / 27% .. . . . 10,222 / 49,749
GOP ______ 161,169 / 182,169 . +13%

Maryland
Paul ___________ 6% / 9.5% . . . . 19,196 / 22,698 . . +18% . x1.2
Romney ________ 7% / 49.2% . . . 22,426 /117,527
GOP _______ 320,989 / 237,780 . -26%

Washington, DC
Paul ________ 7.95% / 12%. . . . . . . 494 / 535 . . . . . +9% . x1.1
Romney ______ 6.4% / 70.2% . . . . . 398 /3,122
GOP ________ 6,211 / 4,446 . -29%

Wisconsin
Paul ________ 4.65% / 11.2% . . . 19,090 / 87,896 . . . +360% . x4.6
Romney________ 2% / 44.1% . . . . 8,080 /346,279
GOP ______ 410,607 / 780,954 . +90%

Connecticut
Paul ________ 4.15% / 13.4%. . . . 6,287 / 8,014 . . . . +28% . . x1.3
Romney _____ 32.9% / 67.5% . . . 49,891 /40,265 . . . -19.5% . -1.24
GOP ______ 151,604 / 58,492 . -61.5%

Delaware
Paul _________ 4.2% / 10.6% . . . . 2,131 / 3,017 . . . . +45% . x1.5
Romney _____ 32.5% / 56.5% . . . 16,344 / 16,143 . . . -1% .
GOP _______ 50,239 / 28,591 . -44%

New York
Paul _________ 6.2% / 15.3% . . . . 40,113 / 24,947 . . . -37% . -1.6
Romney _____ 27.6% / 63.3%. . . 178,043 /103,142 . . . -42% . -1.73
GOP ______ 645,326 / 162,990 . -75%

Pennsylvania
Paul ________ 15.5% / 13.2% . . 129,274 /105,352 . . . -18% . -1.22
Romney _____ Withdrew
GOP ______ 834,265 / 799,958 . -4%

Rhode Island
Paul ________ 6.5% / 23.9% . . . . 1,777 / 3,462 . . . . +95% . x1.95
Romney ____ 4.34% / 63.2% . . . . 1,181 / 9,156
GOP ______ 27,237 / 14,319 . -47.5%

Indiana
Paul ________ 7.66% / 15.6% . . . 31,611 / 99,628 . . . +215% . x3.15
Romney _____ 4.74% / 64.7% . . . 19,581 / 413,657
GOP ______ 412,673 /639,627

North Carolina
Paul _________ 7.2% / 11.1% . . . 37,260 / 107,109 . . . +187% . x2.9
Romney ___Withdrew / 65.7% . . . . . . . . / 634,902
GOP ______ 517,583 / 916,568

West Virginia
Paul __________ 5% / 11% . . . . . . 5,914 / 12,263 . . . +108% . x2.1
Romney _______4.4%/69.6% . . . . . 5,188 / 77,477
GOP ______ 117,944 /110,134 . -7%

Nebraska
Paul _________ 12.8% / 10% . . . . 17,772 / 18,199 . . . +2%
Romney ____Withdrew / 71% . . . . . . . . . /129,548
GOP _______ 138,752 / 182,807

Oregon
Paul _________ 14.5% / 13% . . . . 51,100 / 35,889 . . . -30%
Romney ____Withdrew / 72% . . . . . . . . . /200,365
GOP _______ 353,476 / 277,884

Romney Withdrew February 7, 2008 = strike
GOP (Mike Huckabee Withdrew March 4, 2008) =strike

___2008 ____ vote%_____vote count

Texas
Paul ___________ 4.9% ______ 66,360
Romney ________ 2% ________ 27,264

Arkansas
Paul __________ 4.8% _____ 10,983
Romney ______ 13.5% _____ 30,997

Kentucky
Paul __________ 6.8% _____ 13,427
Romney _______ 4.65% _____ 9,206

California
Paul _________ 4.27% _____ 125,365
Romney _____ 34.56% ____ 1,013,471

Montana C
Paul _________ 24.5% ________ 400
Romney ______ 38.3% ________ 625

Montana P
Paul ________ 21,5% ______ 20,606
Romney______________Withdrew

New Jersey
Paul __________ 4.8% _______ 27,301
Romney ______ 28.3% ______ 160,388

New Mexico
Paul ________ 14% ________ 15,561
Romney ______________Withdrew

South Dakota
Paul _______ 16.5% _______ 10,072
Romney ____ 3.26% ________ 1,990

Utah
Paul ________ 3% __________ 8,846
Romney ____ 89.5% _______ 264,956

Linked from Ron Paul Results 2008/2012
http://www.dailypaul.com/204617/ron-paul-results-2008-2012



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NE and OR % & votes

Nebraska 10.0% 18,199 (increase in # of votes over 2008)
Source: http://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/results/2012/gop-prima...
2008: 12.8% 17,772

Oregon 12.9% 35,889 (drop from 2008)
Source: http://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/results/2012/gop-prima...

2008: 14.5% 51,100

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*W* O* W*

I'm sure Romney's got analyzers to look at this stuff on his payroll, or at least the GOP does. They must know this stuff, too. Thanks SO much for taking the time to post this info for all of us to see.

Hi egapele

Thank you

hilt - need help getting the #s?

Calif. (last time they voted in Feb. 2008)

http://vote.sos.ca.gov/returns/president/party/republican/

Mitt 1,167,356 79.6%
Ron 149,717 10.2%

updated

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Hello Hilt

I got last night's #s:
Indiana 99,268 15.6%
source: http://www.politico.com/2012-election/map/#/President/2012/P...

North Carolina 107,109 11.1%
source: http://www.politico.com/2012-election/map/#/President/2012/P...

W. Virginia 12,263 11.0%
Romney (2012) 77,477 69.6%
Source: http://www.politico.com/2012-election/map/#/President/2012/P...

Thanks

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put up the OR and NE #s above

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So, Dr. Paul's vote totals and percentages increased as follows:

Indiana
2008: 31,699 (7.68% of vote)
2012: 99,268 (15.6% of vote)
213% increase in total votes, 103% increase in percentage of vote

North Carolina
2008: 37,260 (7.20% of vote)
2012: 107,109 (11.1% of vote)
187% increase in total votes, 54% increase in percentage of vote

West Virginia
2008: 5,914 (5.0% of vote)
2012: 12,263 (11.0% of vote)
107% increase in total votes, 120% increase in percentage of vote

The source for the 2008 figures is Wikipedia.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

Thanks Andrew

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hilt, no more updates?

i always check your #s so was wanting to see the #s from last week.

Hi drheyde,

all updated.

looks like so far only NY and PA has less

voters for RP.
thank you for updating the states.

yes New York we got less but

look at the vote turnout from 2008 645,326 and 2012 just 162,990 down 75%

yeah, I know...hard to see how

NY even had that many votes in 2008.

Table Please

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

It's very hard to read as it is.

how do you propose this?

the body of the message is limited but why don't you try some states yourself.

Updated

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hilt - thank you for updating Mich and Ariz!

I was so busy this week I came here first to check the #s and % increases.

the trend continues

updated with 100% Maine in, it's strange how when the focus is on the count Ron does a lot better than the back room counting! I wonder why. haha

is Maine "officially in"?

i guess we will never know but I really love how you keep this page updated!

the RP ceiling reported by the MSM is actually a floor.

repeating a previous post. "has anyone ever met a FORMER Ron Paul Supporter?" From my experiance there are only Ron Paul supporters and future Ron Paul supporters.

good point Tbone2 that ceiling they said Ron had was 3 to 5%

then 5 to 8% / 8 to 10% / 10 to 15% / 15 to 20% well what about this 36% and counting more likely be 40% on Saturday. I LOVE IT!!!!

Oh this was 08

Yeah, nobody liked Romney then either!

This is a great post hilt!

Thank you!

This makes it easy to see that despite being buoyed by his big bucks, along with some strategic election fraud, Romney's campaign is slowly imploding.

The voters are NEVER going to warm up to this guy. I guess there are some things money just doesn't buy!

Thank you

and imploding is the right word, the way its going hopefully his campaign will be on life support after super Tuesday

looks like Romney may have another negative

in the 2012 column when compared to 2008.

yes mitt - 22.5%

Ron +97.5%

I did a comparison bet. Google, CNN, MSNBC, Politico

and posted it here (with snapshots and comparison documents).

http://www.dailypaul.com/213210/maine-votes-are-the-same-no-...

looks like you can't really update the #s since we don't know how many precincts will "count" or "not count"

Hi drheyde

strange to not want to count the remaining votes after announcing a record vote turnout and whats with the different percentages reported? crazy. anyway Mitt continued his decline.