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« on: November 14, 2013, 07:45:55 pm »

Very few cities have precincts following city lines, but here is the vote from some cities as best available.

City   County      Romney   Obama   Others
Abbeville   Abbeville   1624   1597   46
Anderson   Anderson   7407   6161   186
Beaufort   Beaufort   4090   3577   105
Port Royal   Beaufort   2170   1688   58
Hilton Head Island**   Beaufort   12991   7028   187
Sun City   Beaufort   4963   2630   63
Bluffton   Beaufort   7033   4761   137
Charleston   Berkeley   3465   1502   82
Charleston   TOTAL   27498   30731   1192
Isle of Palms   Charleston   1955   826   32
Sullivan's Island   Charleston   707   480   16
Kiawah Island**   Charleston   850   312   6
Seabrook**   Charleston   978   428   8
Folly Beach area   Charleston   856   737   32
Charleston Island   Charleston   4343   10458   335
Mt Pleasant   Charleston   26484   13686   581
Cha - James Island   Charleston   4292   3593   188
James Island   Charleston   3780   2407   139
Cha - John Island   Charleston   889   1002   38
Hollywood area   Charleston   1863   2241   51
Cha - St Pauls I   Charleston   296   404   1
Cha - St Andrews   Charleston   14213   13772   548
N Chas - Deer Park   Charleston   2399   2968   70
N Charleston   Charleston   4477   16283   229
Summerton   Clarendon   812   1614   22
Summerville   Dorchester   9750   5896   254
Florence   Florence   6405   8489   155
Georgetown   Georgetown   1265   2156   40
Murrells Inlet   Georgetown   3453   1371   45
Pawleys Island   Georgetown   5782   2626   87
Greenville   Greenville   16021   15282   581
Fountain Inn   Greenville   1467   1247   45
Simpsonville   Greenville   10497   5318   258
Greer   Greenville   12039   4429   294
Mauldin   Greenville   10651   7073   254
Travelers Rest   Greenville   3801   1637   117
Greenwood   Greenwood   2874   4386   76
Ware Shoals   Greenwood   519   518   25
Myrtle Beach   Horry   8375   5358   191
N Myrtle Beach   Horry   5262   2284   86
Camden   Kershaw   1807   1740   41
Lancaster   Lancaster   1720   2664   28
Lexington   Lexington   7682   2802   148
W Columbia   Lexington   3532   2456   116
Cayce   Lexington   1811   1732   93
Columbia   Lexington   968   575   15
Clemson   Pickens   2772   2447   151
Pickens   Pickens   3195   804   77
Liberty   Pickens   2256   612   65
Easley   Pickens   2617   727   53
Tega Cay   York   3609   1994   106
Newberry**   Newberry   1234   1757   39
Orangeburg   Orangeburg   1156   5327   37
Columbia   Richland   17444   38467   869
Spartanburg   Spartanburg   6245   11270   199
Sumter   Sumter   4794   6983   127
Union City   Union   1253   1868   38
Rock Hill   York   14817   17212   426
Fort Mill   York   6420   3393   170
York   York   1135   1569   28
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2013, 10:03:19 pm »

Glad to see my town voted Romney 3 to 1, haha.  It is almost completely middle to upper class white people. 
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« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2013, 10:05:02 pm »

How did Obama only barely win Charleston, considering he won Charleston County?
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« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2013, 10:30:53 pm »

How did Obama only barely win Charleston, considering he won Charleston County?

North Charleston (the second largest municipality in the county) went pretty heavily for Obama. It's also 45% black.
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« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2013, 10:34:59 pm »

How did Obama only barely win Charleston, considering he won Charleston County?

North Charleston (the second largest municipality in the county) went pretty heavily for Obama. It's also 45% black.

According to Wikipedia, Charleston is 41% black, and it rejected an amendment against gay marriage way back in 2006. I'm actually surprised Obama didn't do much better there.
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« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2013, 10:49:58 pm »

How did Obama only barely win Charleston, considering he won Charleston County?

North Charleston (the second largest municipality in the county) went pretty heavily for Obama. It's also 45% black.

According to Wikipedia, Charleston is 41% black, and it rejected an amendment against gay marriage way back in 2006. I'm actually surprised Obama didn't do much better there.

That is odd. It might be that a lot of the republicans there are business-oriented types who mainly vote R for economic issues, and could range from moderate to liberal on social issues.

Also, the VAP tends to be slightly whiter than the overall demographics, although this would also apply to North Charleston.
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« Reply #6 on: November 22, 2013, 08:56:45 pm »

Glad to see my town voted Romney 3 to 1, haha.  It is almost completely middle to upper class white people. 

You must be very proud indeed.
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« Reply #7 on: November 23, 2013, 12:15:32 am »

How did Obama only barely win Charleston, considering he won Charleston County?

North Charleston (the second largest municipality in the county) went pretty heavily for Obama. It's also 45% black.

According to Wikipedia, Charleston is 41% black, and it rejected an amendment against gay marriage way back in 2006. I'm actually surprised Obama didn't do much better there.

That is odd. It might be that a lot of the republicans there are business-oriented types who mainly vote R for economic issues, and could range from moderate to liberal on social issues.

Also, the VAP tends to be slightly whiter than the overall demographics, although this would also apply to North Charleston.


There is Charleston Island listed, which went heavily for Obama.  Could that be part of the city that for some reason is listed separately?
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