Vermont : 2012 United States Presidential Election

The United States of America Presidential election of 2012 in Vermont was won by Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama over his nearest rival Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney by a victory margin of over 35%.

Vermont is located in the Northeastern part of the United States. Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing are the main contributors to the state's economy.

Vermont 2012 Presidential Election Results

Vermont 2012 Presidential Election Results

Election Analysis:

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

Vermont is part of the solid blue states of the Northeast. Vermont residents have a liberal mindset compared to the rest of the country giving advantage to the Democratic party. In 2008 Presidential election Obama won the state with a margin of over 37%, making the state a safe blue state for the 2012 US Presidential election.
Vermont state map

Vermont Previous Presidential Election Results

vermont presidential election results history

Political situation in Vermont in the Year 2012:

  • Vermont unemployment rate stands at 5.3% compared to 8.1% nationwide.
  • Democrats control all the three legislative chambers, Governorship, State House of Representatives, State Sente, are all controlled by Democratic Party.
  • Population by Race in Vermont : Year 2010

    2011 vermont race diversity