The Pew Research Center asks a US citizen for more than 20 years, according to their political orientation. The Republicans, the statistics are likely to be concerned about: their voters tend to be white, old, poor-educated, and highly religious and belong to layers which are rather small. The latest survey was released last March and extends up to and including 2017. A selection of the results:

ethnic groups in the USAAm broad the gap is among African-Americans: 84 percent indicate that they tend to be Democrats. The Republicans come in at a meager 8 percent. The values have remained over the years is similar. Remarkably: Even after the choice of Trump – the critics of the racism reproach – in November 2016 there are no significant Changes outside of the statistical error tolerance.Also in the case of U.S. citizens of Latin American origin, the trend is not clear, if the gap is large: 63 percent Express a tilt to the Democrats, at least 28 percent to the Republicans.Americans with Asian roots to keep it more in line with the current Opposition, with 65 percent tend to be Democrats, 27 percent Republicans.Who chooses the Republicans? It is especially the White (without roots in Latin America), which still represent a good 60 percent of the U.S. population – and the trend are declining. Here the Republicans have a clear majority: 51 percent to tend to this party, only 43 percent keep it with the Democrats.Gender men are more prone to the Republicans, but not as significantly as one might expect: 48 percent tend to party Trumps, 44 to the Democrats. (According to ethnic groups, a distinction was not here.)In the case of women in the United States, the Democrats have, however, with 56 per cent, which is clearly the better cards, only 37 percent Express a bias to the Republicans. Trumps sexist Remarks in the past should not have led to points.Education

in Short: The more education, the more democratic. Of those who have, up to the completion of a High School in the bag, tend to 47 percent of Republicans and 45 percent Democrats.

The ratio of turns in the group with high school experience exactly what could be in the frame of the statistical error tolerance, and both groups differ not significantly from each other. Among high school graduates, but then it is already 58 to 36 percent for the Democrats. For those who have already been assigned to further studies, tend to be 68 percent to Democrats and 31 percent the Republicans.

of age, this statistic is likely to be the most alarming for the Republicans, because the tendency is clear: The younger, the more democratic. The Millennials (birth years 1981 to 1996) tend to 58 percent to the Democrats and only 34 percent to the Republicans.With Generation X (1965 to 1980) have the Democrats ahead by a nose: 48 to 43 percent.Scarce it is in the Baby Boomer Generation (1946 to 1964), but still the Democrats with 48 percent two-point lead.The so-called silent Generation (1928 to 1945), when the Republicans make it clear the race. 52 percent of respondents from this age group tend to be the Republicans, just 43 percent to the Democrats.Religion

Here are the political preferences differ depending on the Faith and ethnic group are significant differences. The most noticeable contrast between white Evangelical Christians (Republicans and 77 percent of Democrats, 18 percent) and black Protestants (Republicans 7%, Democrats 87%).

Clear preferences and also the group of those who feel no religious affiliation, 68% of them tend to be Democrats, 22 percent Republicans.

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