Which party has more concern for Latinos? The image of the Republican Party among Latino registered voters is little changed since on this measure. There are some differences in the views of the political parties among demographic subgroups of Hispanics in For example, older Hispanics are more likely than younger Hispanics to say the Democratic Party has more concern for Hispanics than the Republican Party.
Trump won white voters by a margin almost identical to that of Mitt Romney, who lost the popular vote to Barack Obama in Trump appears likely to lose the popular vote, which would make him only the fifth elected president to do so and still win office.
However, although Trump fared little better among blacks and Hispanics than Romney did four years ago, Hillary Clinton did not run as strongly among these core Democratic groups as Obama did in InObama had a point advantage among blacks.
A preliminary analysis.
The advantage for Trump among men is larger than the 7-point advantage Romney had in and much different than inwhen men preferred Obama over McCain by a single point.
Bush in the and elections, where he won men by 11 points in each election. The gender gap in presidential vote preference is among the widest in exit polls dating back to However, it is not dramatically higher than in some other recent elections, including the contest between Bush and Al Gore.
In the election, a wide gap in presidential preferences emerged between those with and without a college degree.
This is by far the widest gap in support among college graduates and non-college graduates in exit polls dating back to For example, inthere was hardly any difference between the two groups: Among whites, Trump won an overwhelming share of those without a college degree; and among white college graduates — a group that many identified as key for a potential Clinton victory — Trump outperformed Clinton by a narrow 4-point margin.
Due largely to the dramatic movement among whites with no college degree, the gap between college and non-college whites is wider in than in any past election dating to Clinton received a lower share of the vote among young voters ages than Obama received in or With Clinton performing worse among young voters than Obama, the overall difference between the preferences of the youngest and oldest voters is smaller than it was in both the and elections.
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Nov 07, · Watch video · Trump officials believe the Florida county of Miami-Dade can tip the must-win state their way. But an analysis of early votes shows eye-popping Hispanic numbers. The minority groups that carried President Obama to victory yesterday by giving him 80% of their votes are on track to become a majority of the nation’s population by , according to projections by the Pew Research Center. They currently make up 37% of the population, and they cast a record 28%. Latinos in the Election: Texas By Gustavo López and Renee Stepler This profile provides key demographic information on Latino eligible voters 1 and other major groups of eligible voters in Texas. 2 All demographic data are based on Pew Research Center tabulations of the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. 3.
This is the year of the Latino vote. It’s been 20 years in the making — and, win or lose, it’s reshaped the Democratic Party. But even if Latinos, in the final analysis, don’t turn out. Nov 07, · Watch video · Trump officials believe the Florida county of Miami-Dade can tip the must-win state their way.
But an analysis of early votes shows eye-popping Hispanic numbers. Latinos and the political parties By Mark Hugo Lopez, Ana Gonzalez-Barrera, Jens Manuel Krogstad and Gustavo López Latino registered voters have long said the Democratic Party has more concern for Latinos or Hispanics than the Republican Party, with Democrats losing some ground on .
Behind Trump’s victory: Divisions by race, gender, education. by race, gender and education – that were as wide and in some cases wider than in previous elections, according to an analysis of national exit poll data.
Key takeaways about Latino voters in the midterm elections. Related. U.S. Politics Oct . About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research.