1988 Profiles of California Primary Voters


(Percentage of Voters by Group)

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ALL VOTERS
LATINO
ANGLO
BLACK
PARTY REGISTRATION
Democrat
62
78
54
96
Republican
33
17
41
2
Independent
4
4
4
1
GENDER
Male
48
48
49
43
Female
52
52
51
57
AGE
18-23
6
10
5
7
24-30
12
16
11
16
31-40
23
21
24
25
41-45
10
11
10
11
46-64
31
30
32
30
65+
18
12
18
11
EDUCATION
Not High School Graduate
8
17
4
12
High School Graduate
21
26
19
23
Some College
30
29
31
29
College Degree
42
28
46
35
OCCUPATION OF HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD
Farmer
2
5
1
2
Blue Collar
18
25
15
27
White Collar
15
12
16
13
Technical/Professional
36
30
40
24
Manager
12
7
13
10
Other
17
21
15
24
HOUSEHOLD ANNULA INCOME (1987)
Under $20,000
16
25
13
24
$20,000-$40,000
35
40
34
39
Over $40,000
49
35
53
37
RELIGION (RAISED AS)
Protestant
49
14
55
45
Catholic
31
78
28
13
Jewish
5
1
6
0
Other
15
7
11
42
POLITICAL IDEOLOGY
Liberal
30
29
29
42
Middle
27
28
27
20
Conservative
34
30
38
20
None of These
9
13
6
18
PERCENT OF ALL VOTERS
100
10
70
10
CONFIDENCE+/-*
2%
6%
2%
6%
*Note of Confidence Levels - In 19 out of 20 cases, statistical estimates for each group in this poll should differ in either direction by no more than the number of percentage points listed from what is to be obtained by interviewing all voters in that group in the state.
Source: Los Angeles Times Exit Poll of 4,705 Voters Statewide in the June 7, 1988 California Primary Election
 
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