Los Angeles
Mayoral Race 2001

City of Los Angeles Primary Elections, April 10, 2001

Percentage Turnout by Ethnicity

Ethnicity
Registered
Voted
% Voted
Share of Vote
Latino
309,736
110,119
35.6%
21.7%
Asian-PI
84,816
23,606
27.8%
4.7%
Jewish
119,205
50,719
42.5%
10.0%
Black
217,191
66,821
30.8%
13.2%
White
803,502
256,168
31.9%
50.5%
Total
1,534,450
507,433
33.1%
100.0%
Source: WCVI Turnout Study Los Angeles City Elections April 10, 2001


Voter Propensity

Voted 4/01
High Prop.
% High Prop.
Mid. Prop.
% Mid. Prop.
Low Prop.
% Low Prop.
Non-Latino
397,314
173,620
43.70%
138,100
34.76%
85,594
21.54%
Latino
110,119
33,918
30.80%
32,376
29.40%
43,825
39.80%
Total
507,433
207,538
40.90%
170,476
33.60%
129,419
25.50%
Souce: WCVI Analysis & Political Data, Inc. Key: High Prop. = 6,7,8 of 8 Mid. Prop. = 4,5 of 8 Low Prop. = 1,2,3 of 8


Selected Minority Support
Total Votes
Black Vote
% for Hahn
B Vote for Hahn
Hahn % from Black
Hahn
106,189
66,821
71%
47,443
45%
Total Votes
Latino Vote
% for Villa.
L Vote for Villa.
Villa % from Latino
Villaraigosa
152,031
110,119
62%
68,274
45%
Source: City Clerk Los Angeles Election Results April 10th 2001, Political Data, Inc. & LA Times Exit Poll Mayoral Election April 10th 2001
 
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