…by Anura Guruge
1/ How Obama Won NH: Town-by-Town Data Analysis — Nov. 9, 2012.
2/ Map Of Obama Win, County-by-County, Red and Blue — Nov. 10, 2012.
3/ Obama’s NH Win 2012 In Terms Of The NH Counties — Nov. 10, 2012.
The BIG picture is well known, and well documented.
President Barack Obama again won New Hampshire, this time by 40,659 votes (5.8%). as a battleground state, and superficially ‘red’, especially if you went by the roadside political signs.
The NH voting was done in terms of 237 ‘towns’; Obama won 142, lost 94 and one, Dixville, was a tie.
Of the 10 NH Counties, Obama won 7, lost 3.
But, here you can see, graphically how each town voted.
Yes, I did this by hand!
Lets start by looking at the map from ‘30,000’ feet to get a feel of the ‘blue’ vs ‘red’ distribution.
New Hampshire 2012 Presidential Election, red and blue, town-by-town map by Anura Guruge — the 30,000′ view for perspective.
Here it is on a BIGGER scale.
Red and blue map of New Hampshire 2012, Presidential Election, Anura Guruge. Click to ENLARGE and enlarge you must.
To provide as many perspectives as possible, I also mapped it against the NH county red and blue map: side-by-side and overlaid.
NH 2012 red and blue, town-by-town alongside county map — Anura Guruge.
NH 2012 red and blue town-by-town overlaid on top of red and blue county map — Anura Guruge