After Election Night on November 6, Democratic Barack Obama was re-elected as the United States President; but this time, it wasn't a landslide victory like the 2008 US Elections against then-GOP nominee Senator John McCain of Arizona. In the 2012 US Elections, Obama had a slight win over former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney who was chosen as the GOP nominee. Obama picked up fifty-one percent of the vote while Romney picked up forty-eight percent. When you look at the electoral map of each state, you can see which counties were won by Obama or Romney and by how many votes they won it by. In the case of Texas, there is one county where Romney won significantly over Obama
That county is King County, Texas. According to CNN, in a recent video
, King County is perhaps the one place in the United States that is anti-Obama. In this respect, Obama only received five votes out of King County
while Romney got the rest of the votes. In the video, Gary Tuchman of CNN traveled there to speak to the residents on what they thought of Obama. Also explained in the video, the five that voted Obama did not show themselves on camera. In the video, it is explained that CNN visited King County back in 2009 after Obama took his first term in office.
The people interviewed gave their differing but still negative opinions on Obama.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the estimated population
as of 2011 is 256. As of 2011, it is estimated that the percentage of people under 18 (the voting age) is 22.7%.