(WASHINGTON , Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire) -- The International Strategy and Reconciliation Foundation, an Asian-American think tank, forecasts a "tough presidential election victory" by Barack Obama, capturing 294 electoral votes and winning a popular vote majority of 50.3 percent over the Republican challenger Mitt Romney. It is the first time a Democratic president is expected to have sustained such a majority vote consecutively in a row in modern history of American presidential election. Read more in the following.
Obama Keeps the White House with 294 Electoral Votes and a 50.3% of Popular Vote Majority
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