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Al Gore (D)

US Elections

How Groups Voted in 2000

George Bush (R)

 

           
2000
Group
Gore
Bush
Buchanan
Nader

All Voters

Pct.
48%
48%
1%
3%
SEX
Men
48
43
54
*
3
Women
52
54
44
1
2
RACE
White
81
42
55
*
3
African-American
10
90
9
*
1
Hispanic
7
62
35
1
2
Asian
2
55
41
1
3
AGE
18-24
9
47
47
*
5
25-29
8
49
46
1
4
30-49
45
48
50
*
2
50-64
24
50
48
1
2
65 & over
14
51
47
*
2
INCOME
<$15,000
7
58
38
1
4
$15,000-29,999
16
54
42
1
3
$30-49,999
24
49
48
1
2
$50-74,999
25
46
51
1
2
$75-99,999
13
46
52
*
2
$100,000 & over
15
43
55
*
3
UNION HOUSEHOLD
Yes
26
59
37
1
3
No
74
45
53
*
3
REGION
East
23
56
40
*
4
Midwest
26
48
49
1
2
South
31
43
56
0
1
West
20
49
47
1
4
PARTY
Democrat
39
87
11
1
2
Republican
35
8
91
*
1
Independent
26
46
48
1
6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Liberal
20
81
13
1
6
Moderate
50
53
45
*
2
Conservative
29
17
82
*
1
GAY/LESBIAN/BISEXUAL
Yes
4
71
25
0
4
No
96
47
50
1
3

Notes: Survey by Voter News Service, a consortium ABC News, CBS News, CNN, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.
Sample of 13,225 voters as they left voting booths on Election Day, November 7, 2000.
Oregon residents were interviewed by telephone October 29-November 4, 2000.

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