Posts tagged ‘Oregon Voter Demographics’

Oregon Voter Demographics: Share of 2014 Primary and General Voters by Age

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The 2014 Primary Elections voters on average are clearly older than General Election voters.

Source of Data: L2, Bellevue, Washington.

Oregon Voter Demographics: Vote Propensity by Age

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Voters who have voted more often are older.

This shows the number of the previous four primaries and generals (2012 and 2014) the voter voted in.

Source of Data: L2, Bellevue, Washington.

Oregon Voter Demographics: Congressional District Residence by Age

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Oregon’s Third Congressional District, centered on Portland, is by far the youngest of the five districts. Perhaps this is the Portlandia Effect!

Source of Data: L2, Bellevue, Washington.

Oregon Voter Demographics: Party by Age

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Voters not with either major party dominate the younger ages. Independents are more numerous up to age 45!

Democrats start to pile up their numerical advantage over Republicans during ages 25 to about 45 and then starting again in the late 50s.

Source of Data: L2, Bellevue, Washington.

Oregon Voter Demographics: Gender by Age

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There are more women than men voters and this numerical advantage starts to become evident relatively early on in the life cycle Рduring the mid 20s.

Source of Data: L2, Bellevue, Washington.