Region 1952 -2016

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Data Table

  '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62 '64 '66 '68 '70 '72 '74 '76 '78 '80 '82 '84 '86 '88 '90 '92 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '06 '08 '10 '12 '14 '16
South 24
(450)
** 25
(434)
25
(457)
26
(506)
28
(357)
23
(366)
23
(293)
25
(382)
27
(413)
26
(705)
28
(717)
25
(726)
28
(647)
29
(471)
30
(423)
29
(651)
32
(702)
32
(645)
31
(612)
32
(784)
34
(613)
36
(616)
35
(442)
32
(571)
32
(479)
31
(380)
** 41
(951)
** 32
(1906)
** 31
(1328)
Nonsouth 76
(1449)
** 75
(1328)
75
(1365)
74
(1448)
72
(940)
77
(1205)
77
(998)
75
(1175)
73
(1094)
74
(2000)
72
(1806)
75
(2144)
72
(1657)
71
(1143)
70
(995)
71
(1606)
68
(1474)
68
(1395)
69
(1368)
68
(1704)
66
(1182)
64
(1098)
65
(839)
68
(1236)
68
(1032)
69
(832)
** 59
(1371)
** 68
(4008)
** 69
(2939)
N 1899 0 1762 1822 1954 1297 1571 1291 1557 1507 2705 2523 2870 2304 1614 1418 2257 2176 2040 1980 2488 1795 1714 1281 1807 1511 1212 0 2322 0 5914 0 4267

Percentage Within Study Year
Table 1A.7.
Source: VCF0113 in the ANES Cumulative Data File dataset, weighted with VCF0009z
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Note:

South is defined as the 11 former Confederate states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. This definition of 'South' differs from the Census-defined region.

2012 and 2016 data are for the combined (face-to-face and internet) sample.

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