Connecticut : 2012 United States Presidential Election

The US presidential election of 2012 in Connecticut , was won by Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama over his nearest rival Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney by a victory margin of over 17%.

Connecticut, is located in the Northeast region of the USA. It includes both the highest and the lowest per capita income towns and cities in the United States. Connecticut has heavy machinery, helicopter, aircraft parts, defense oriented industries.

Connecticut 2012 Presidential Election Results :

Connecticut 2012 United States Presidential Election
Election Analysis:

For US presidential election of 2012 , Connecticut , was considered to be a safe blue ( Democratic ) state . Democratic party won in Connecticut for the past 5 presidential elections with big margins.

Connecticut voted heavily Democratic from the 1990's. A significant part of Connecticut population contains mostly of European immigrants who settled in the state mostly before the World War II. Republicans do have hold in some of the wealthy areas of Connecticut.

Connecticut Previous Presidential Election Results

connecticut presidential election results history

Political situation in Connecticut in the Year 2012:

1. Connecticut unemployment rate stands at 9.0% as of Aug 2012 .
2. Connecticut House of Representatives voted to end state's death penalty.

Population by Race in Connecticut : Year 2010

2011 connecticut race diversity