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congvotesocial2006 - TABLE 2 How Social Groups Voted for...

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TABLE 2 How Social Groups Voted for House of Representatives, 2006 (in percentages) _______________________________________________________________________ _ Percent of Total Total Democratic Republican percent Total electorate 100 53 45 98 Electorate, by race African American 10 89 10 99 Whites 79 47 51 98 Latinos 8 69 30 99 Whites, by gender Female 40 49 50 99 Male 39 44 53 97 Whites, by region East 20 58 40 98 Midwest 23 57 52 99 South 23 36 62 98 West 14 49 48 97 Electorate, by size of community Big cities 10 68 30 98 Smaller cities 20 57 41 98 Suburbs 47 50 48 98 Small towns 5 49 48 97 Rural 18 48 51 99 Electorate, by age 18-29 12 60 38 98 30-44 24 53 45 98 45-59 34 53 46 99 60 and older 29 50 48 98
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TABLE 2 (continued) Electorate, by education Not high school graduate 3 64 35 99 High school graduate 21 55 44 99 Some college 31 51 47 98 College graduate 27 49 49 98 Postgraduate 18 58 41 99 Electorate, by family income Under $15,000 7 67 30 97 $15,000-29,999 12 61 36 97 $30,000-49,999 21 56 43 99 $50,000-74,999 22 50 48 98 $75,000-99,999 16 52 47 99 $100,000-149,999 13 47 51 98 $150,000-199,999 5 47 51 98 $200,000 or more 5 45 53 98 Union membership a Member 23 64 34 98 Nonmember 77 49 49 98 Whites, by religion Jewish 2 87 11 98 Catholic 20 50 49 99 Protestant 44 37 61 98 Other 4 66 29 95
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