Obama is charismatic, like many elected presidents before him. He has a likeable personality, and that's why he won. Romney was awkward about certain things and the way he spoke sometimes. Anyone who votes based on those things is a number of different adjectives, gullible, ignorant, etc. Romney would not make important decisions by himself, no president does in this era, anyone saying things like that falls into this category. Ignorant, gullible.
Some interesting facts:
More men voted for Romney
More women voted for Obama.
More low income/innercity (read uneducated and often self deserving stereotype) overwhelmingly voted for obama.
More rural (read uneducated but roughly translated into hard working manual labor SELF SUFFICIENT) residents voted for Romney.
Ages 18-30 (young) heavily favored Obama. Again, charismatic, the "cool" guy. A horrible way to decide your vote.
More of the older/wiser generation (40+) voted for Romney.
Disclaimer: I don't care who you voted for. I voted for Romney, simply because I don't like my tax dollars (and I pay a lot of taxes) going to programs like welfare that encourage laziness and "devolution".
I don't mind Obama. I don't agree with some of his policies as far as the future of our country is concerned, but I work the for government, and big government (democrat) translates into job security for me and my organization getting more government revenue, so really I will see significant personal benefits from Obama being in office. It's not about my individual gains though. That's short sighted thinking.
Oh and, politics on the internet is a lose/lose.