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1 Trends in party affiliation among demographic groups Pew

1 Trends in party affiliation among demographic groups Pew


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Mormon voters, like evangelicals, are a largely Republican-leaning group. In 2008, nearly seven-in-ten Mormon voters (68%) favored the GOP.

White non-Hispanic Catholics polled over the course of 2008 expressed significantly more support for the Democratic Party than for the GOP.

By contrast with other religious groups, changes in the partisanship of religiously unaffiliated voters have been more modest. In 2008, 64% of religiously ...

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White Americans (as was probably obvious from the paragraph above) are more likely to identify as Republican, and nonwhite Americans as Democrats — no group ...

Demographic trends in smartphone ownership

... came of age during the Truman and Eisenhower administrations, and are now in their 70s and 80s, have fairly consistently favored Republican candidates, ...

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While 38% of Americans identify as political independents, most in this group lean toward one party or the other. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The largest religious group among Democrats? 'None.'

The General Social Survey shows the long-term trend for membership in each party. Data from Pew Research Center has annual estimates since the early 1990s.

Here's a chart on party affiliation that includes those who identify themselves as Independents. Not surprisingly, the last thing a disgruntled Republican ...

That's the party identification split among black Americans as measured by Pew Research since 1992. Compare it with this chart, detailing the partisan ...

When did black Americans start voting so heavily Democratic? - The Washington Post

While "nones" have increased among Republicans as well as Democrats, the growth rate has been far slower -- and they remain a far smaller chunk of the ...

U.S. demographic change begins with the youngest age groups

Political Participation: Nearly two-thirds of all Americans have participated in some form of political activity in the past year.

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The lopsided age distribution of partisan politics, visualized - The Washington Post

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Again, we're used to this: A strongly Democratic black population and a back-and-forth-but-increasingly-Republican white one.

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Notes: Figure for Latvia is from 2004, all other countries are from years between 2007 and 2009. For full data see: Ingrid van Biezen, Peter Mair and Thomas ...

Greater Internet use is not associated with faster growth in political polarization among US demographic groups | PNAS

... higher power or spiritual force (33%), a slim majority of Americans (56%) still believe in God “as described in the Bible,” according to the Pew report.

Among newborns, minorities slightly surpass non-Hispanic whites

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Voter Trends in 2016

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A growing majority of Millennial women (70 percent) affiliate with the Democratic Party or lean Democratic. That's markedly higher than the 56 percent from ...

... economic spectrum, adoption still varies significantly by household income. However, that variation is unevenly distributed across different age groups.

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Congressional voting trends by race and age in the United States, 1966-2010.

This photo shows U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addresing the annual American Israel Public Affairs

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Typological groups according to the Pew Research Center

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“There are lots of ways to measure beliefs about God. What is so interesting is that most people say that they believe in 'God,' yet we don't know what that ...

Sick Of Political Parties, Unaffiliated Voters Are Changing Politics

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In September, we looked at the slow trend away from white men in Congress, anticipating likely winners in November. Here is the overall trend on gender and ...

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The millennial moment — in charts

With this year's midterm elections just a week away, here are some key findings from Pew Research Center surveys over the past several months about some of ...

Young African Americans have high levels of Twitter use

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Despite the BJP's decreasing dependence on upper caste voters, the affinity that many upper caste Hindu voters feel for the party has not lessened; in fact, ...

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That raises an obvious chicken-and-egg question: Are Republican women choosing not to run for Congress ...

The same is true when people are asked about the size and scope of government. The ANES has asked respondents to place themselves on a seven-point scale ...

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For instance, gender, generational, geographic and educational divides are now as wide, or wider, than in Pew Research Center surveys going back more than ...

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By 2008 and 2012, however, the Republican two-party vote percentages at these locales hovered between 35 and 37 percent — in some cases a 20-point drop ...

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30% of the public. …and here's how you compare with the average among key demographic groups: GENDER AGE YOU YOU YOU

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Democrats are benefiting from what political scientists call “thermostatic public opinion,” in which preferences about the size of government tend to swing ...

6. Incomes are rising in the U.S., but the increase is not being felt equally by all Americans.

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Although domestic user growth has slowed, Facebook's large base of US members continues to be very active compared with those of other social networks:

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Now, 27 percent of millennials identify as liberal Democrats and 36 percent of the silent generation identifies as conservative Republican.

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Social Media Use in 2018: Platform, Age, and Visit Trends

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Likewise, opinions about race — and the degree to which racism plays an important role in holding back African-Americans — are also moving left.

Among Gen Z churchgoers (those who have attended one or more worship services within the past month), perceptions of church tend to be more positive ...

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Figure 1. Policy positions among born-again identifiers by race. Source: Barreto et al. 2017; Data are weighted.

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