Election statistics: Georgia by the numbers

24
Sep

Election statistics: Georgia by the numbers

Georgia elections by the numbers

African-American voters

In 2012, Exit Polling by CNN showed that 93% of African-Americans reported having voted for Barack Obama for President. No Georgia exit polls were available for that year.

In 2008, 98% of African-Americans surveyed in exit polls in Georgia reported having voted for Obama.

In 2008, 93% of African-American voters in Georgia reported to exit polls that they voted for Democrat Jim Martin for United States Senate.

 

Women Voters

In 2010 General Election, women cast 54.9% of vote to 45.1% from men.

In the 2012 General Election, women cast 56.4% of vote to 43.6% for men.

Amazingly, in 2012, 213,899 votes were cast by voters of unknown gender, which are excluded from the calculations above.

 

African-American Women Voters

In 2010 General Election, African-American women cast 61.8% of votes by African-Americans and African-American men cast 38.2%

In 2012 General Election, African-American women cast 62.8% of votes by African-Americans and African-America men cast 37.2%

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