Nate Silver and others show that GOP voter turnout in non-southern states so far has been down, but in South Carolina, as well as panhandle counties in Florida, see higher voter turnout. Lends strong support to the idea that the GOP has largely become the party of the South. While there are, of course, Republicans all over the country, even in the bluest of blue states, there are also Democrats in the reddest of red states. The highest concentration of Republicans per square mile is definitely in the South. And, Nixon notwithstanding, the South can no longer win an election for the GOP.
Game and set -- Obama.