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Politics
Report | November 2018

The 2018 Mid-Term Election: Estimated Voter Participation Rates by Race and Age in Arizona, Florida, Georgia and Texas

The razor thin margins separating the Democratic and Republican candidates for senator and governor in Florida; in the Georgia governor’s race; in the senatorial election in Arizona; and the strong showing by Beto O’Rourke in the senatorial race in Texas, mask the extraordinary problems faced by the Democratic Party as it turns to the presidential election scheduled for November 2020 […]

Elections / Latinos / Voting


Politics
Report 83 | October 2018

Research Note: Have Puerto Ricans Experienced Increased Voter Registration Rates in Florida Since the November 2016 Presidential Election?

This research note analyzes the demographic change of Puerto Ricans and Hispanics in Florida combined with voter registration rates using the Florida Department of State Voter Registration Reports from July 2018. Despite both populations growing in selected counties, which in turn has increased the voter registration rates for Hispanics in the State, there is no conclusive evidence that voter registration rates among Puerto Ricans experienced a significant rise between 2016 and 2018 […]

Florida / Governor / Latinos / Voting


Politics
Report 82 | October 2018

Can Beto O’Rourke Defeat Ted Cruz in the November 2018 Texas Senatorial Race? Race, Age, Voter Registration and Participation Rates in the Lone Star State

This report studies the voter registration rates in face of the upcoming Texas Senatorial elections in November 2018 […]

Elections / Latinos / Senator / Texas / Voting


Politics
Report 81 | October 2018

Race and a Southern Governorship. Can Stacy Abrams Make History in Georgia? An Examination of Georgia Voter Registration Lists, Voting Participation Rates, Race, and Age

The nomination by Democratic voters of Stacy Abrams, an African-American woman, to run for governor of Georgia puts the state in the front lines of a possible new approach to elections by progressive Democrats across the nation. She will face the current Secretary of State, Brian Kemp who was nominated by Republican voters after using the same anti-immigrant dog whistle strategy adopted by his mentor in the White House who supported his candidacy […]

Georgia / Governor / Latinos / Voting


Politics
Report 80 | September 2018

The Politics of Race and the Florida Gubernatorial Election of November 2018

This report studies the voter registration rates in face of the new Florida Gubernatorial elections in November 2018 […]

Florida / Governor / Latinos / Voting


Politics
Report 76 | November 2017

Latino Voter Registration and Participation Rates in the November 2016 Presidential Election

The Latino electorate, citizens 18 years of age and older, has increased impressively between 1992 when it stood at approximately 8.8 million eligible voters and 2016 when there were 26.6 million eligible Latino voters […]


Politics
Report 72 | June 2016

A Profile of Latino Citizenship in the United States: Demographic, Educational and Economic Trends between 1990 and 2013

This report examines trends in citizenship status between 1990 and 2013 […]

Citizenship / Education / Latinos


General Demographics / Politics / Women
Report 47 | November 2012

The Latino Vote and Obama’s Reelection Possibilities: A Quantitative Assessment of its Possible Impact on Nine Swing States

This study examines the potential impact of the Latino electorate on nine key swing states (Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia) for the 2012 presidential election […]

Demographics Elections Latinos / Obama / Swing States


General Demographics / Politics / Women
Report | 2008

Hispanic Citizenship, Registration, and Voting Patterns: A Comparative Analysis of the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Elections

This study examines citizenship, registration, and voting patterns among Latinos in the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Elections […]

Demographics Elections Latinos / Voting


General Demographics / Politics / Women
Report | 2003

Hispanic Citizenship, Registration, and Voting Patterns in Comparative Perspective During the 2000 Presidential Elections

This study examines citizenship, registration, and voting patterns of Latinos during the 2000 presidential elections […]

Citizenship / Elections / Latinos / Voting


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