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Election 2004 – a racial profile

Here’s a breakdown of how Americans voted based on their racial profile. Interesting to see that Latinos and Blacks had the biggest impact in swing votes for Bush.  

In 2004, the Bush: Kerry ratios were Whites (57:42); Blacks (14:86); Latinos (45:54); Jews (26:74) and Asians (34:64).    

In 2000, the Bush : Gore ratios were Whites (54:43); Blacks (9:90); Latinos (38:61); Jews (22:77) and Asians (37:62)

Source: http://www.80-20initiative.net/

In a not-to-be-taken-seriously-segment, here’s some political humour reported by The Register, titled “Reach out and sneer: Dem radicals speak to the Red States“. I think this letter would probably not be well received despite it’s good intentions. 😉

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