Some Data Latino Participation POL 168 Chican@/Latin@ Politics

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Some Data Latino Participation POL 168 Chican@/Latin@ Politics

Bridgewater College, US has reference to this Academic Journal, POL 168 Chican@/Latin@ Politics Professor Brad Jones Dept. of Political Science UC-Davis Winter 2008 Latino Participation What is political participation? The different flavors? Barriers so that participation? Costs associated alongside participation For Latino/a community, language may be an issue. General findings: On most indicators of participation, Latinos tend so that exhibit lower rates compared so that Anglos Reasons? Some Data Pew 2004 National Survey of Latinos: Politics in addition to Civic Participation National survey of Latino/a individuals Let?s turn so that some simple analysis in addition to see what we learn.

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Interest in Politics Interest in politics does a good job of predicting subsequent participation. Contrast Latina vs. Latino Question asks about attention paid so that politics. Attention: Males slightly more attentive than females in survey (p=.07, two-tail). Attention: US-born more attentive than non US-born in survey (p=.00, two-tail).

Other Results Mexican Origin slightly less attentive compared so that non-Mexican origin. Cuban Origin significantly more attentive so that politics compared so that non-Cubano No significant differences in attentiveness in consideration of Central or South American descent. Comparisons so that Anglo population? Party Affiliation Why care about party affiliation? Closed primaries Dominance of two-party system (like it or not) Concerns about ?monolithic? vote. Is it fair so that characterize Latino/as as a singular group? Let?s consider some data. Identification: All Respondents

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Identification: By Gender Identification: By Birthplace Identification by Origin: Mexican Mexican Origin About 14 percent identify REPUBLICAN About 35 percent identify DEMOCRAT About 26 percent identify INDEPENDENT About 12 percent identify as ?SOMETHING ELSE? Take-away points?

Identification by Origin: Cuba Cuban Origin About 47 percent identify REPUBLICAN About 19 percent identify DEMOCRAT About 17 percent identify INDEPENDENT About 6 percent identify as ?SOMETHING ELSE? Take-away points? Identification by Origin: Puerto Rico Puerto Rican Origin About 16 percent identify REPUBLICAN About 44 percent identify DEMOCRAT About 17 percent identify INDEPENDENT About 12 percent identify as ?SOMETHING ELSE? Take-away Points? Identification: Central American Central American Origin 14 percent REPUBLICAN 32 percent DEMOCRAT 31 percent INDEPENDENT 6 percent SOMETHING ELSE ?Leaners? 47 percent DEM

Identification: South American South American Origin 17 percent REPUBLICAN 36 percent DEMOCRAT 28 percent INDEPENDENT 10 percent SOMETHING ELSE ?Leaners? 47 percent DEM Implications of all of this? Are Latino/as monolithic, in terms of partisanship? What do these sliver of data suggest in consideration of the future? (If anything) Other interesting features of these data? ?Descriptive Representation? To what extent are Latino/as represented by a Latino/a? Does it matter? Descriptive Representation ?Latinos are more likely so that vote if there are Latinos on the ballot.? (Agree/Disagree)

Descriptive Representation ?Latino Voters are more likely so that vote in consideration of a Latino candidate instead of a non-Latino running in consideration of the same office if they have the same qualifications.? (Agree/Disagree) Other Results 56 percent of respondents agree alongside the statement: ?Latino voters will usually pick a Latino candidate even if there is a better qualified non-Latino running??. 37 percent of respondents agree alongside the statement: ?I am more likely so that vote if there are Latinos on the ballot.? (i.e. most disagree) Implications of this? Side-trip so that Immigration You didn?t think I could keep away from it? 65 percent say undocumented migrants ?help the economy by providing low-cost labor.? 61 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 56 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 78 percent of Mexican origin agree 56 percent of Cuban origin agree 41 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 69 percent of Central American origin agree 61 percent of South American origin agree

Immigration 54 percent support guest worker program alongside provision migrants must return so that their home country. 67 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 51 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 57 percent of Mexican origin agree 64 percent of Cuban origin agree 42 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 43 percent of Central American origin agree 50 percent of South American origin agree Immigration 87 percent support ?path-to-citizenship.? 85 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 80 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 90 percent of Mexican origin agree 91 percent of Cuban origin agree 79 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 90 percent of Central American origin agree 90 percent of South American origin agree Immigration 57 say immigrants ?have so that speak English so that say they are part of American society.? 65 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 53 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 54 percent of Mexican origin agree 65 percent of Cuban origin agree 54 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 54 percent of Central American origin agree 71 percent of South American origin agree

Immigration 82 percent say immigrants ?have so that believe in the US Constitution so that say they are part of American society.? 91 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 81 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 80 percent of Mexican origin agree 91 percent of Cuban origin agree 78 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 81 percent of Central American origin agree 84 percent of South American origin agree Immigration 55 percent say immigrants ?have so that become a US citizen so that say they are part of American society.? 64 percent of Republican Latinos agree. 57 percent of US-born Latinos agree. 51 percent of Mexican origin agree 63 percent of Cuban origin agree 63 percent of Puerto Rican origin agree 52 percent of Central American origin agree 47 percent of South American origin agree Immigration youtube /watch?v=6Lb3oFzCj_0

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