SB 805

 

(S) SB CHAPTER 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) (210, ch. 8

SEX/GENDER

Men (210, ch. 8

 

 

 

Blacks, Hispanics (210, ch. 8)

RACE / ETHNICITY

Whites (210, ch. 8)

 

 

 

 

Not regular worshippers

Jews (210, 211 ch. 8),

Catholics—not 1988, 2004

  (210, 211 ch. 8)

ETHNICITY

AND RELIGION

 

           

Regular worshippers (211 ch. 8)I

White Protestants (210, 211, ch. 8)

White Fundamentalist (210, ch. 8)

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

 

 

 

Not high school graduates (210, ch. 8)

FORMAL

EDUCATION

College graduates (210, ch. 8)

 

 

 

Working class; under $30,000 income

 

INCOME

 

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

Middle to upper class (210, ch. 8

 

 

 

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

Above 50,000 population (210, ch. 8)

DENSITY /

POPULATION

Lower density: suburban, rural

Under 50,000 population (210, ch. 8)