Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Michigan Results

I'll be posting periodic results here by statewide, congressional district, and in some cases, county.

8:22 - CNN (parts of Leelanau and Wayne)
Clinton 295
Uncommitted 88
Kucinich 10

Romney 234
McCain 158
Huckabee 113

8:47 - CNN
More counties are coming in. (4% in)
Clinton - 62%
Uncommitted - 32%
Kucinich - 4%

Romney - 36%
McCain - 32%
Huckabee - 17%

Keweenaw County 100% in, McCain 113 - 41% Romney 84 - 30%, Huckabee 10%, Paul 9%
McCain is doing very well in the U.P. Romney doing well in SE Michigan.

9:01PM - Romney projected winner by CNN
I'm almost ready to call the 1st district for McCain however. He's running well up North.
Luce County is in. 38-30-17-9 - McCain, Romney, Huckabee, Paul.

Dem - Clinton leading Uncommitted by 2-1 margin
GOP - Romney leading by 6%

Romney up by 10%, Clinton up by 27%
Alcona County is in - 37-36-16-4 - McCain, Romney, Huckabee, Paul
Huron County is in - 37-32-16-6 - Romney, McCain, Huckabee, Paul
Otsego County is in - 38-36-14-6 - Romney, McCain, Huckabee, Paul

9:30 - CNN's Election Poll

Romney won or tied among all age groups. McCain tied with Romney among seniors.
Huckabee and Paul's best showing are among young voters.
Pro-lifers accounted for 63% of the GOP turnout.
Pro-choicers voted 39-34-12 for McCain, Romney, and Paul
Pro-lifers voted 37-25-24 for Romney, McCain, and Huckabee
Democrats voted 41-31-14 for McCain, Romney, and Huckabee
GOP voted 40-26-18 for Romney, McCain, and Huckabee
Independents voted 36-26-15 for McCain, Romney, and Huckabee/Paul
Romney won among Liberals and Conservatives. McCain won Moderates
McCain won urban voters. Romney won rural and suburban voters
Union households voted 33-30-21 for McCain, Romney and Huckabee
Non-union households voted 38-28-16 for Romney, McCain, and Huckabee
No firearms questions listed here. (McCain won big among New Hampshire gun owners)

Clinton's lead over uncommitted shrinks to 23%
Romney leads McCain by 9%
100% in these new counties
McCain won Alger, Baraga, Branch, Houghton, Mackinac, Marquette, Ontonagon, Schoolcraft
Romney won Alpena, Arenac, Charlevoix, Chippewa, Leelanau, Otsego, Ottawa,

11:07PM - 85% in
Clinton leads uncommitted by 17%
Romney leads by 9%
100% in these new Counties
McCain wins Wexford, Oceana, Oscoda, Manistee, Mason, Menominee, Missaukee, Montcalm, Montmorency, Lake, Iron, Isabella, Delta, Gogebic, Hillsdale, Berrien, Calhoun, Cass, Crawford, Barry, Benzie

Romney wins Presque Isle, Roscommon, Saginaw, Sanillac, Shiawassee, St Clair, Tuscola, Midland, Kent, Lapeer, Ionia, Jackson, Emmet, Genesee, Gladwin, Grand Traverse, Gratiot, Cheboygan, Antrim, Bay,

11:22 - I'll look more at the number tomorrow. Livingston isn't all in, but Romney wins in a route.


RightMichigan.com said...

Hillary couldn't have been happy with those numbers.

Too bad about Fred and Duncan Hunter but what can you do...


Bill Baker said...

The messed up thing is that which Republican is electable?

Romney has a good apperance but has the most people that say they would not vote for him.

Huckabee the Dems would destroy of his religion.

McCain is probably the most electable but he is very wishy washy on Republican issues.

It makes for a messed up election.