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John Kerry (D)

US Elections

How Groups Voted in 2004

George W. Bush (R)

           
2004
Group
Kerry
Bush
Nader
Other

All Voters

Pct.
48%
51%
*
1%
SEX
Men
46
44
55
1
1
Women
54
51
48
*
*
RACE
White
77
41
58
*
1
African-American
11
88
11
*
*
Hispanic
8
53
44
2
1
Asian
2
56
43
0
1
Other
2
54
40
2
4
AGE
18-24
9
56
43
*
1
25-29
8
51
48
*
1
30-49
40
46
53
1
1
50-64
27
47
52
*
1
65 & over
16
47
52
0
*
INCOME
<$15,000
8
63
36
*
*
$15,000-29,999
15
57
42
*
1
$30-49,999
22
50
49
*
*
$50-74,999
23
43
56
*
1
$75-99,999
14
45
55
*
1
$100,000 & over
18
41
58
1
*
UNION HOUSEHOLD
Yes
24
59
40
1
1
No
76
44
55
*
1
REGION
East
22
56
44
1
*
Midwest
26
48
51
*
*
South
32
42
58
*
1
West
20
50
49
1
1
PARTY
Democrat
37
89
11
*
*
Republican
37
6
93
*
*
Independent
26
50
48
1
2
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Liberal
21
85
13
1
1
Moderate
46
54
45
*
1
Conservative
34
16
84
1
*
GAY/LESBIAN/BISEXUAL
Yes
4
77
23
*
0
No
96
46
53
*
1
Notes: Survey by Edison Media Research/Mitofsky International for the National Election Pool (ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, NBC News). 
Sample of 13, 719 voters consisted of 11,719 voters as they left the voting booths on Election Day November 2, 2004 and a telephone absentee/early voters survey of 2000 respondents conducted October 25-31, 2004

 

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