Heading into Tuesday's presidential election, Democratic insiders were feeling a bit more confident about their party's chances than their Republican counterparts, according to the results of Patch's final "Blue Wisconsin" and "Red Wisconsin" surveys.
The surveys of party activists, elected officials and bloggers and other "influencers" showed 95 percent of the Democrats believe that President Barack Obama will carry Wisconsin and 92 percent say he will win the national popular vote.
Among Republicans insiders, 70 percent said GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will win Wisconsin, and 88 percent said he will take the national vote.
2012 ELECTION RESULTS
All results shown here are statewide totals. Winners appear in bold.
LAST UPDATE: 1:24 p.m. WednesdayRace Pct. reporting Democratic Candidates Results Republican Candidates Results President
Obama-Biden (I)1,606,514 Romney-Ryan 1,404,950
U.S. Senate 99 % Tammy Baldwin 1,537,138 Tommy Thompson 1,372,485 1st Congressional District
100 % Rob Zerban 157,721 Paul Ryan (I)
199,715 2nd Congressional District 100 % Mark Pocan
124,465 3rd Congressional District 100 % Ron Kind (I)
217,335 Ray Boland
121,636 4th Congressional District
98 % Gwen Moore (I) 228,534
76,077 5th Congressional District
100 % Dave Heaster
Jim Sensenbrenner (I)
6th Congressional District 100 % Joe Kallas 136,146
Tom Petri (I) 223,514 7th Congressional District 100 % Pat Kreitlow 158,032
Sean Duffy (I) 202,173 8th Congressional District 100 % Jamie Wall 156,371 Reid Ribble (I)
Source: FOX6 News