The ANES Guide to Public Opinion and Electoral Behavior

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Shouldn't Vote if Doesn't Care About Outcome 1988-1992
PERCENT AMONG DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPS WHO RESPONDED :      'Neither (1988-later only)'


  % OF GROUP: '88 '90 '92
Males 13 ** 7
Females 12 ** 8
  '88 '90 '92
Whites non-Hispanic 13 ** 8
Black non-Hispanic 11 ** 5
Hispanic 12 ** 10
Race oth/mult non-Hisp 12 ** 9
  '88 '90 '92
Grade Sch./Some High Sch. 12 ** 8
High School Diploma 11 ** 7
Some College, no Degree 15 ** 8
College Degree/ Post-grad 14 ** 8
  '88 '90 '92
Income 0-16 Percentile 11 ** 8
Income 17-33 Percentile 11 ** 7
Income 34-67 Percentile 14 ** 7
Income 68-95 Percentile 12 ** 8
Income 96-100 Percentile 11 ** 10
  '88 '90 '92
Professionals 14 ** 7
White Collar 11 ** 8
Blue Collar 12 ** 7
Unskilled 12 ** 10
Farmers 5 ** 11
Housewives 15 ** 9
  '88 '90 '92
Union Households 13 ** 8
Non-Union Households 12 ** 7
  '88 '90 '92
South 13 ** 7
Nonsouth 12 ** 8
  '88 '90 '92
Born 1991 or later ** ** **
Born 1975-1990 ** ** 0
Born 1959-1974 15 ** 9
Born 1943-1958 11 ** 8
Born 1927-1942 12 ** 6
Born 1911-1926 11 ** 5
Born 1895-1910 15 ** 18
Born before 1895 ** ** **
  '88 '90 '92
Democrats (incl leaners) 11 ** 7
Independents 15 ** 9
Republicans (incl leaners) 14 ** 7
  '88 '90 '92
Liberals 12 ** 6
Moderates 13 ** 8
Conservatives 12 ** 7

    ___   (underline) indicates 50 or fewer total respondents within group
    **     indicates question not asked or no cases within group
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Table 5D.1.3
Source: The American National Election Studies
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NOTE: variable used for race grouping has changed. See Table 1A.3

(Table generated: 26OCT15)