Voting by Subgroup of Hispanic Voters 1992

 

(Numbers in Percents)

*Hispanic %
*Distribution
123132132
VOTES CAST FOR:
CLINTON
BUSH
PEROT
GENDER
44
Male
68
16
16
56
Female
73
14
13
EDUCATION
19
Not High School Graduate
80
10
10
31
High School Graduate
72
13
15
34
Some College
66
16
18
17
College Graduate or More
67
20
12
FINANCIAL INCOME LAST YEAR (1991)
16
Less than $10,000
82
10
8
22
$10,000-$19,999
71
13
16
26
$20,000-$29,999
69
15
16
17
$30,000-$39,999
69
13
18
9
$40,000-$49,999
65
21
14
10
$50,000 or More
63
23
14
AGE GROUP
16
18-25
69
12
18
24
26-35
67
16
17
26
36-45
69
16
16
15
46-55
70
15
15
12
56-65
80
14
6
6
65 or older
85
12
3
ANCESTRY*
93
Mexican-American
69
15
16
1
Central/South American
74
21
5
6
Other Hispanic
59
25
16
UNION MEMBER IN HOUESHOLD
25
Yes
74
15
11
75
No
70
14
16
BALLOT USAGE
84
English Only
70
14
16
4
Spanish Only
77
14
9
12
English and Spanish
75
17
8
POLITICAL IDENTIFICATION
66
Democrat
86
5
9
7
Republican
15
74
11
17
Independent (Close to Democrat)
61
13
26
7
Independent (Close to Republican)
16
54
30
2
Other
27
17
54
VOTE IN 1998
56
Dukakis/Bentsen
86
3
10
44
Bush/Quayle
49
33
17

*Election Day Only, n=1511
Source: Southwest Voter Research Institute exit poll of 1900 Hispanic Voters onElection Day and during early voting.

 
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