Presidential elections in the U.S. - voting rates by ethnicity/Hispanic origin 2012

Voting rates in the presidential elections in the United States from 1996 to 2012, by ethnicity

Presidential elections in the U.S. - voting rates by ethnicity/Hispanic origin 2012 This statistic shows the voting rates in the United States from 1996 to 2012, by race. In 1996, 44 percent of the Hispanic population living in the United States, voted in the presidential elections.
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Voting rates in the presidential elections in the United States from 1996 to 2012, by ethnicity

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Hispanic (any race)Asian aloneBlack aloneWhite alone, non-Hispanic
199644%45%53%60.7%
200045.1%43.3%56.8%61.8%
200447.2%44.1%60%67.2%
200849.9%47.6%64.7%66.1%
201231.8%31.3%62%63%
Hispanic (any race)Asian aloneBlack aloneWhite alone, non-Hispanic
199644%45%53%60.7%
200045.1%43.3%56.8%61.8%
200447.2%44.1%60%67.2%
200849.9%47.6%64.7%66.1%
201231.8%31.3%62%63%
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This statistic shows the voting rates in the United States from 1996 to 2012, by race. In 1996, 44 percent of the Hispanic population living in the United States, voted in the presidential elections.
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