US election: Projected results

The full US election 2012 results so far, as projected by NBC News.

NBC: Iowa is Obama's

Iowa's six electoral college votes have gone to Barack Obama, according to NBC News projections.

The President now leads Mitt Romney by 249 to 203, with Florida and Ohio yet to be called.

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California's 55 votes push Obama into clear lead

The electoral map according to NBC News projections.

Obama: Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Hawaii, California, Washington

Romney: Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Missouri, Arizona, Idaho

Electoral map: Missouri win gives Romney slight lead

The electoral map according to NBC News projections.

Romney: Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Missouri, Arizona

Obama: Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, New Hampshire

The Democratic-favouring west coast states have yet to be called.

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Latest map: Montana and Utah tie the race

The electoral map according to NBC News projections.

Obama: Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, New Hampshire

Romney: Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah, Montana

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