Party Identification of Selected Subgroups Of Hispanic Voters 1992

 

(Numbers in Percents)

1
REP
DEM
INDEPENDENT
OTHER PARTY
DEM
REP
ANCESTRY*
Mexican-American
66
8
16
8
2
Central/South American
70
0
19
17
5
Other Hispanic
62
10
18
5
5
GENDER
Male
62
8
18
9
2
Female
70
6
17
5
2
EDUCATION
Not High School Graduate
80
6
11
1
2
High School Grad. Only
72
5
14
8
2
Some College
60
8
22
8
2
College Graduate
55
10
21
10
3
FAMILY INCOME LAST YEAR (1991)
Less than $10,000
75
5
13
4
3
$10,000-$19,999
71
5
14
8
2
$20,000-$29,999
66
8
18
7
2
$30,000-$39,999
63
6
17
10
3
$40,000-$49,999
68
10
17
3
2
$50,000 or more
52
13
20
13
2
AGE GROUP
18-25
54
7
26
9
4
26-35
62
9
18
8
2
36-45
64
6
21
6
3
46-55
73
5
15
6
1
56-65
79
10
7
5
0
66 or older
89
3
6
1
2
UNION MEMEBERS IN HOUSEHOLD
Yes
66
8
18
7
2
No
67
7
17
6
2
*Election Day only: n=1511 - DEM: DEMOCRAT - REP: REPBULICAN
Source: Southwest Voter Research Institute exit poll of 1900 Hispanic Voters on Election day and during early voting.
 
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