How Did San Diego Vote in the 2012 General Elections?

How Did San Diego Vote in the 2012 General Elections?
How Did San Diego Vote in the 2012 General Elections?

This interactive map from UT San Diego shows a breakdown of how each neighborhood voted in the 2012 general elections. So How Did San Diego Vote in the 2012 General Elections?

At first glance is seems that the more built-up downtown areas are in favor of Obama while the suburbs and rural communities away from the downtown core going for Romney – with the exceptions being Coronado, La Jolla and Chula Vista.

This election has also highlighted the north-south divide that has always been present in San Diego politics. While the presidential race did not reflect this as much, the mayoral race was striking in the way the vote was split almost evenly across either side of Interstate 8.

4 thoughts on “How Did San Diego Vote in the 2012 General Elections?”

  1. Kind of reminds me of the county map. The densely populated areas are blue while the more rural areas are namely red. Very detailed map by the way. It is interesting to look at votes on such a detailed level.

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