California Latino Vote in the 2000 Presidential Election
"Since 1996's" Profile

 

(Numbers in Percents)

123132132
BEFORE/DURING
1996
AFTER
1996
GENDER
Male
47.0
44.7
Female
53.0
55.3
AGE
18-24
6.1
36.4
25-29
16.2
14.1
30-34
14.5
9.2
35-39
10.6
11.2
40-45
12.7
7.3
46-49
11.9
4.4
50-54
11.2
9.7
55-59
5.9
4.4
60-64
4.7
1.5
65 +
6.1
1.9
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Under $10,000
2.7
8.0
$10,001-$20,000
7.9
16.9
$20,001-$30,000
8.7
19.4
$30,001-$40,000*
13.8
19.9
$40,001-$50,000*
15.7
9.5
$50,001-$60,000*
18.8
8.0
$60,001-$70,000
5.4
9.0
$70,001-$100,000
17.4
6.0
$100,000 Plus
9.7
3.5
EDUCATION
Some High School or less
9.7
12.7
High School Graduate
18.6
30.2
Some College or Vocational
39.2
41.5
College Graduate
12.7
11.7
Post Graduate
19.8
3.9
ANCESTRY
Mexican
55.8
73.6
Puerto Rican
5.0
5.5
Cuban
1.6
2.0
Central American
13.7
12.9
South American
8.8
2.5
Other Latino/Hispanic
15.1
3.5
CITIZENSHIP
Before/During 1996
28.0
17.3
After 1996
6.9
47.6
Does Not Apply
65.1
35.1
POLITICAL AFFILIATION
Democrat
69.6
72.8
Republican
18.8
11.7
Other
10.6
9.7
None of the Above
1.0
5.8
FIRST-TIME VOTER
Yes
3.9
49.5
No
96.1
50.5
HOUSEHOLD UNION MEMBER
I belong
26.1
24.5
I do not, but someone in household does
22.0
23.0
No one in household
51.9
52.5
 
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