Comparing Romney’s Election Performance to Republican Senate Candidates

GOP Senate Candidate
Romney Range
Hawaii 27.80% 37.40% 9.60%
Massachusetts 37.60% 46.30% 8.70%
Wyoming 69.30% 75.90% 6.60%
Tennessee 59.50% 64.90% 5.40%
Connecticut 40.40% 43.20% 2.80%
New Mexico 43.00% 45.40% 2.40%
Mississippi 55.50% 57.40% 1.90%
Nevada 45.70% 45.90% 0.20%
California 38.30% 38.40% 0.10%
Wisconsin 46.10% 45.90% -0.20%
Rhode Island 35.50% 35.20% -0.30%
Virginia 47.80% 47.50% -0.30%
Texas 57.20% 56.60% -0.60%
New Jersey 40.90% 39.80% -1.10%
Washington 41.70% 39.80% -1.90%
Pennsylvania 46.80% 44.70% -2.10%
Nebraska 60.50% 58.20% -2.30%
Ohio 48.20% 45.10% -3.10%
Arizona 54.20% 49.70% -4.50%
Vermont 31.20% 24.80% -6.40%
Michigan 44.80% 38.00% -6.80%
Florida 49.10% 42.20% -6.90%
Utah 72.80% 65.20% -7.60%
North Dakota 58.70% 49.50% -9.20%
New York 36.00% 26.70% -9.30%
Maryland 36.60% 26.60% -10.00%
Indiana 54.30% 44.30% -10.00%
Maine 40.90% 30.70% -10.20%
Montana 55.30% 44.80% -10.50%
Delaware 40.00% 29.00% -11.00%
Minnesota 45.10% 30.60% -14.50%
Missouri 53.90% 39.20% -14.70%
West Virginia 62.30% 36.50% -25.80%
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  1. [...] conservatives would have outperformed Romney. All you need to do is look at the Senate elections, where Romney outperformed most Republican candidates, including Ted Cruz and Debbie Fischer, two of the Tea Party’s biggest victories in the 2012 [...]

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