Election Stats

Racial Super Tuesday

State 2000 census % black 2004 primary % white 2004 primary % black 2004 primary % latino 2004 primary % asian 2004 primary % other
Alabama 26
Alaska 3.5
Arizona 3.1 72 2 17 1 9
Arkansas 15.7
California 6.7 68 8 16 4 5
Colorado 3.8
Connecticut 9.1 89 7 2 1 1
Delaware 19.2 79 16 2 1 1
Georgia 28.7 49 47 3 0 1
Idaho 0.4
Illinois 15.1
Kansas 5.7
Massachusetts 5.4 90 5 3 1 1
Minnesota 3.5
Missouri 11.2 82 15 1 0 1
Montana 0.3
New Jersey 13.6
New Mexico 1.9
New York 15.9 65 20 11 2 2
North Dakota 0.6
Oklahoma 7.6 82 8 2 0 8
Tennessee 16.4 74 23 1 0 1
Utah 0.8
West Virginia 3.2
Completed:
SC 29.5 43 55 1 0 1
IA 2.1 93 4 0 0 3
NH 0.7 96 1 1 0 1
NV 6.8 65 15 15 3 3

Sources: http://www.census.gov/prod/2001pubs/c2kbr01-5.pdf
http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/primaries/pages/epolls/NY/index.html

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1 Comment »

  1. […] on the voters race (in South Carolina in particular), I though it would be interesting to see the racial makeup of the states in Super Tuesday. For states where exit polls exist in the 2004 Primary for Democrats, I reported those values. I […]

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