Massachusetts Election Results 2004 Vs 2008
|Description: The Map showing 2004 Vs 2008 United States presidential elections results of Massachusetts Counties.
Map of Massachusetts Presidential Election Results 2004
Map of Massachusetts Presidential Election Results 2008
As the map shows, the 2004 United States presidential elections in Massachusetts were won by the Democrats. Democrat nominee John Kerry carried the state by a 25.2% margin of victory. Massachusetts is an essentially Democratic state; since 1988 the state has not seen a Republican presidential nominee win a single county.
Continuing the trend, the 2008 United States presidential elections in Massachusetts saw a massive victory of the Democratic party as it swept away with all the twelve electoral votes. Democrat nominee, Barack Obama emerged victorious by a 25.8% margin of victory. The Democratic party backed 61.80% of the popular vote to Republican's 35.99%.
In both 2004 and 2008 elections, Middlesex County earned the maximum votes for the winning party, while the least number came from Nantucket County.
Massachusetts Presidential Election Results 2004 Vs 2008
|COUNTY||VOTE DEM 2004||VOTE DEM 2008||VOTE REP 2004||VOTE REP 2008||Winer 2004||Winer 2008|