In February 2013, California had 18,055,783 registered voters, comprising about 47% of its total population of 38.43 million.
Of those registered voters, 7,932,373 (43.9 percent) were registered Democrats, and 5,225,675 (28.9 percent) were Republicans.
How many people are eligible to vote in California?
Voter Participation in California. California’s voter registration rate has remained fairly consistent over time. According to the Secretary of State, 17.8 million of the 24.3 million eligible California adults were registered to vote just before the 2014 general election.
What percentage of people voted in California?
|Presidential||November 8, 2016||75.27%|
|Gubernatorial||November 4, 2014||42.20%|
|Presidential||November 6, 2012||72.36%|
|Gubernatorial||November 2, 2010||59.59%|
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What is the ethnic makeup of California registered voters?
“Other race” and multiracial adults make up 3% of the adult population and 3% of likely voters. Four in ten (39%) infrequent voters are white, and 30% are Latino. Nearly six in ten unregistered adults are Latino (56%); fewer are white (22%), Asian American (18%), or African American (3%).
What percentage of the US is Republican?
As of October 2017, Gallup polling found that 31% of Americans identified as Democrat, 24% identified as Republican, and 42% as Independent.
Is California Democratic or Republican 2018?
Going into this election, California had 39 Democratic representatives and 14 Republican representatives. Here’s how each district leans politically, based on how it voted in the 2016 presidential election, with 2018 results as they come in.
What was the voter turnout in California?
County officials estimate that about 12.8 million ballots were cast by the record 19.7 million Californians who registered to vote. That puts turnout at nearly 65 percent. It’s the highest for any gubernatorial election in California since at least 2006.
Is California Democrat or Republican?
California was a Republican stronghold in presidential elections from 1952 until 1992. During this period, the Republicans won California in every election except the election of 1964. Since then however, the Democrats have carried the electoral rich state since 1992.
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