Profiles of March 15th Primary States

By U.S. Census Bureau, Special for  USDR

In advance of the March 15 primaries, the U.S. Census Bureau presents a variety of statistics that give an overall profile of each participating state’s voting-age population and industries. Statistics  include:

  • Voting-age population and estimate of eligible voters (i.e., citizens age 18 and older).
  • Breakdown of voting-age population by race and Hispanic origin.
  • Selected economic characteristics, including median household income and poverty.
  • Selected social characteristics, including educational attainment.
  • County Business Patterns (providing information on employment by specific industries).
  • Statistics on voting and registration.

Profiles are provided for the following  states:

Florida
Illinois
Missouri
North Carolina
Ohio

In addition, the Census Bureau is providing a similar profile for the District of Columbia, which holds a convention on March  12.

No news release associated with these reports. Tip Sheet  only.

SOURCE U.S. Census  Bureau

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