National Latino Voters
2003 Opinion Poll Results


All Voters

Crosstabs

Male Female Foreign Born Native Born Union Household
State
CA TX NY FL IL
Party
Democrat Republican Independent/Other
Pres Vote
Democrat Bush Undecided
Age
18-34 35-49 50-64 65 and Older
Education
Less Than High School High School Grad Some College College Graduate
Income
Under $40,000 $40,001-$70,000 Over $70,000

 

How the poll was conducted: The MirRam Group of New York, a nationally recognized, Latino-owned market research firm conducted the survey for WCVI from September 24 through October 2nd. Latino registered voters in the five major Latino-concentration states: California, Texas, Florida, New York and Illinois were contacted. These five states represent 80% of all Latino registered voters. Bilingual pollsters gathered interviews from a sample of Spanish-surnamed voters. The margin of error at 95% confidence level on a sample of 1060 = +/-3%. The MirRam Group and WCVI have partnered to do survey research since 2002.

 
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