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Hispanic / Latino Voter Statistics

2016 Election Voter Statistics Data
Percent of Hispanic voters who voted for Hillary Clinton 65 %
Percent of Hispanic voters who voted for Donald Trump 29 %
Percent of all 2016 election voters who are Hispanic 12 %
Latino Voter Statistics Data
Percent of U.S. citizens who are Latino 16.6 %
Percent of babies born in the U.S. who are Latino 25 %
Number of Latino American citizens who turn 18 each year 800,000
Hispanic / Latino Voter Registration by Party Percent
Democrats 67 %
Republicans 20 %
Minority Composition of all Voters Percent
Black 12 %
Latino 7 %
Asian 3 %
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Latino Share of States Eligible Voters
New Mexico 42.5 %
Texas 33.7 %
California 27.1 %
Arizona 21.3 %
Florida 19.2 %
Nevada 17.3 %
New Jersey 15.5 %
Colorado 13.4 %
Idaho 12.7 %
Connecticut 11.8 %
New York 11.3 %
Illinois 9.9 %
Rhode Island 8.1 %
Washington 8.1 %
Utah 6.9 %
Georgia 6.8 %
Maryland 6.6 %
Kansas 6.2 %
Pennsylvania 6.1 %
Hawaii 6.1 %
Oklahoma 5.7 %
Wisconsin 5.4 %
Massachusetts 5.3 %
Wyoming 5.2 %
Oregon 4.6 %
Nebraska 4.5 %
Minnesota 4.0 %
Louisiana 3.9 %
Virginia 3.6 %
Delaware 3.3 %
Indiana 3.2 %
Alaska 2.8 %
Tennessee 2.8 %
Missouri 2.6 %
South Carolina 2.5 %
Ohio 2.5 %
South Dakota 2.4 %
Michigan 2.4 %
New Hampshire 2.1 %
North Carolina 2.0 %
Maine 2.0 %
Iowa 1.9 %
Montana 1.7 %
North Dakota 1.3 %
Arkansas 1.1 %
Mississippi 0.8 %
Vermont 0.8 %
Kentucky 0.6 %
West Virginia 0.5 %
Alabama 0.4 %
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Sources: Pew Hispanic Center, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Latino Decisions
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: November 8, 2016

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Tea Party Support By State

State %Support %Oppose Net Support
1. Texas 48 25 23
2. Arkansas 43 23 20
3. Indiana 46 27 19
4. West Virginia 40 24 16
4. Ohio 43 27 16
4. Arizona 46 30 16
7. Kentucky 43 28 15
8. South Carolina 43 29 14
9. Missouri 41 28 13
9. Louisiana 42 29 13
National 41 30 11
11. New Hampshire 41 32 9
12. Colorado 41 34 7
12. Florida 39 32 7
14. Wisconsin 37 32 5
15. Illinois 36 32 4
15. Pennsylvania 39 35 4
15. Iowa 36 32 4
18. Nevada 38 35 3
19. Oregon 36 36 0
20. California 34 35 (1.
20. New York 36 37 (1.
22. Washington 37 40 (3.
23. Connecticut 35 42 (7.
24. Delaware 35 45 (10.
25. Hawaii 26 37 (11.
26. Vermont 24 43 (19.
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Sources: Exit Polls
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 2, 2016

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