Iowa Caucuses vs. Iowa County Assembly Totals
Today's Iowa county assembly results side by side with caucus results are here (pdf).
Since the MSM seems only to report how Obama did, I'll take a look at how Hillary did.
In the January caucus results, Hillary had 29.47% of the vote. Today she got 32.08%
Out of 99 counties, Hillary gained in almost all of them. She lost more than one delegate in only these 4 counties:
- Woodbury (lost 4)
- Scott (lost 8)
- Marshall (lost 1.5)
- Cerro Gordo (lost 2)
Hillary gained more than 4 delegates over her January numbers in these counties (there are too many counties to list where she won between a fraction of 1 and 3 more delegates):
- Dubuque (won 11)
- Polk (won 6 1/2)
- Webster (won 4 1/2)
She won more new delegates than Obama in Johnson County where she gained 2, Obama gained 1 and Edwards won a portion of a delegate more today than he had in January. No more than 1 Edwards delegate went to Obama there.
This is not to say that Obama didn't win more delegate in Iowa today, only that Hillary didn't lose any, she gained as well, just not as many.
Edwards share of the vote in January was 29.75% to Hillary's 29.5%. Today, Hillary rose to 32%, Edwards dropped to 15.5% and Obama rose to 52%.
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