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Bill Clinton (D)

US Elections

How Groups Voted in 1992

George H.W. Bush (R)

         
1992
Group
Clinton
Bush
Perot

All Voters

Pct.
43%
37%
19%
SEX
Men
47
41
38
21
Women
53
45
38
17
RACE
White
87
39
41
21
African-American
8
83
10
7
Hispanic
2
61
25
14
Asian
1
31
55
15
AGE
18-24
11
46
33
21
25-29
10
41
36
23
30-49
46
41
38
21
50-64
20
43
39
18
65 & over
13
50
39
11
INCOME
<$15,000
14
58
23
19
$15-29,999
24
45
35
20
$30-49,999
30
41
38
21
$50-74,999
20
40
41
18
$75,000 & over
12
36
48
16
UNION HOUSEHOLD
Checked
18
55
24
21
REGION
East
24
47
35
18
Midwest
27
43
37
21
South
30
41
43
16
West
20
43
34
23
PARTY
Democrat
38
77
10
13
Republican
35
10
73
17
Independent
27
38
32
30
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Liberal
21
68
14
18
Moderate
49
48
31
21
Conservative
30
18
64
18
GAY/LESBIAN/BISEXUAL
Checked
72
14
14
VETERAN
Checked
41
37
22

Notes: Survey by Voter Research & Surveys, a consortium of ABC News, CBS News, CNN, and NBC News.
Sample of 15,490 voters as they left voting booths on Election Day, November 3, 1992.
Questions on Union household, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual, and Veteran were part of a check list on only one form.