Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was projected the winner of the 2012 Vermont primary on Super Tuesday by Fox News.
Romney was favored to come out on top in the Green Mountain State. Per the AP:
In Vermont, Romney was doing strongly among rank-and-file Republicans. Texas Rep. Ron Paul was doing well among the 4 in 10 independent voters.
As for what types of voters participated in Vermont, moderates were out in full force.
In the Northeast, more moderate Republicans headed to the polls. Vermont's electorate is the only state where exit or entrance polls have been conducted thus far in the nominating contest in which a majority of Republican voters were moderate or liberal.
County-by-county results can be seen here.
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