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Hispanic / Latino Voter Statistics

2016 Election Voter StatisticsData
Percent of Hispanic voters who voted for Hillary Clinton65 %
Percent of Hispanic voters who voted for Donald Trump29 %
Percent of all 2016 election voters who are Hispanic12 %
Latino Voter StatisticsData
Percent of U.S. citizens who are Latino16.6 %
Percent of babies born in the U.S. who are Latino25 %
Number of Latino American citizens who turn 18 each year800,000
Hispanic / Latino Voter Registration by PartyPercent
Democrats67 %
Republicans20 %
Minority Composition of all VotersPercent
Black12 %
Latino7 %
Asian3 %
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Latino Share of States Eligible Voters
New Mexico42.5 %
Texas33.7 %
California27.1 %
Arizona21.3 %
Florida19.2 %
Nevada17.3 %
New Jersey15.5 %
Colorado13.4 %
Idaho12.7 %
Connecticut11.8 %
New York11.3 %
Illinois9.9 %
Rhode Island8.1 %
Washington8.1 %
Utah6.9 %
Georgia6.8 %
Maryland6.6 %
Kansas6.2 %
Pennsylvania6.1 %
Hawaii6.1 %
Oklahoma5.7 %
Wisconsin5.4 %
Massachusetts5.3 %
Wyoming5.2 %
Oregon4.6 %
Nebraska4.5 %
Minnesota4.0 %
Louisiana3.9 %
Virginia3.6 %
Delaware3.3 %
Indiana3.2 %
Alaska2.8 %
Tennessee2.8 %
Missouri2.6 %
South Carolina2.5 %
Ohio2.5 %
South Dakota2.4 %
Michigan2.4 %
New Hampshire2.1 %
North Carolina2.0 %
Maine2.0 %
Iowa1.9 %
Montana1.7 %
North Dakota1.3 %
Arkansas1.1 %
Mississippi0.8 %
Vermont0.8 %
Kentucky0.6 %
West Virginia0.5 %
Alabama0.4 %
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Statistic Sources & References
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%OpposeNet Support
1. Texas482523
2. Arkansas432320
3. Indiana462719
4. West Virginia402416
4. Ohio432716
4. Arizona463016
7. Kentucky432815
8. South Carolina432914
9. Missouri412813
9. Louisiana422913
National413011
11. New Hampshire41329
12. Colorado41347
12. Florida39327
14. Wisconsin37325
15. Illinois36324
15. Pennsylvania39354
15. Iowa36324
18. Nevada38353
19. Oregon36360
20. California3435(1.
20. New York3637(1.
22. Washington3740(3.
23. Connecticut3542(7.
24. Delaware3545(10.
25. Hawaii2637(11.
26. Vermont2443(19.
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Exit Polls
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 2, 2016

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