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  SB 805

                                         

                                             (T) SB CHAPTER 6 and 8--DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPS’ VOTING LOYALTIES (Pages 210-211)

                                       ARE YOU TYPICAL OR EXCEPTIONAL FOR EACH GROUP YOU ARE PART OF?

 

                   most Likely to vote Democrat                                                                                most Likely to vote Republican

 

Women (except first Bush) (133 cen., ch. 6; 210, ch 8

SEX/GENDER

Men (133 center, ch. 6; 210, ch. 8

 

 

 

Blacks, Hispanics (210, ch. 8)

RACE / ETHNICITY

(207 #3, ch. 8)

Whites (210, ch. 8)

 

 

 

 

Not regular worshippers / not deeply committed

  (133 top, ch. 6)

Jews  (132 end, ch. 6; 210, 211, ch. 8),

Catholics—not 1988, 2004

  (210, 211, ch. 8)

ETHNICITY

AND RELIGION

 

 

Regular worshippers / deeply committed (133 top, ch. 6; 211 ch. 8)

White Protestants (210, 211, ch. 8)

White fundamentalist / evangelical (133 top, ch. 6; 210, ch. 8)

Catholics—only 1988, 2004 (210, 211 ch. 8 )

 

 

 

 

Not high school graduates (210, ch. 8)

FORMAL

EDUCATION

(207 #2, ch. 8, but 130 top)

College graduates (210, ch. 8)

 

 

 

Working class

Under $30,000 income

Financially poor (132 top, ch. 6)

INCOME

(207 #4, ch. 8)

Above $50,000 income (210, ch. 8)

Middle to upper class (210, ch. 8

Financially rich (132 top, ch. 6)

 

 

 

Blue collar workers,  

manual laborers, factory workers

recently, professionals (211, ch. 8)

OCCUPATION /

SOCIOECONOMIC

STATUS—S.E.S.

White-collar workers,

small business owners, managers,

corporate executives businesspersons,

in the past, professionals (211, ch. 8)

 

 

 

Labor union members (211, ch. 8)

LABOR UNION

MEMBERSHIP

Not labor union members (211, ch. 8)

 

 

 

Higher density: urban (133 end, ch. 6)

Above 50,000 population (210, ch. 8) 

DENSITY / RESIDENCE

POPULATION SIZE

Lower density: suburban, rural (133 end, ch. 6)

Under 50,000 population (210, ch. 8) 

 

 

 

West Coast, Northeast today (133 end, ch. 6)

White South, 1865-post 1954 (133 end, ch. 6)

GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,

HISTORY AND RACE

Great Plains, Rocky Mountain states (133 end, ch. 6)

White South today (133 end, ch. 6)

 

 

 

Northern Catholics, after 1865 (132 end, ch. 6)

GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,

HISTORY AND RELIGION

Northern Protestants, after 1865 (132 end, ch. 6)

 

 

 

F.D.R., Great Depression (131 end, ch. 6)

AGE / GENERATION / COHORT (207 #1, ch. 8)

Reagan, economic prosperity (131 end, ch. 6)