Latino voters were the racial/ethnic group that Fewer participate in 2022 midterm electionsAccording to the official data of the State Election Board released on 20 December.
Of the 264,218 registered Latino voters in North Carolina as of November 8, only 68,071 exercised their rightWhich is equal to one fourth or 25.8%.
This is the lowest voting percentage among other communities.S are Anglo-Saxon voters who had the highest participation with 58%, followed by African-Americans at 41.8% and Asians at 39%.
During this year’s midterm elections, A total of 3.79 million voters voted, According to the Electoral Board, Latinos represented just 1.8% of those votes.
Registered Voters Voting in the North Carolina Midterm Elections
|race or ethnicity||percentage of voters who voted|
Most of the votes cast for the midterm elections occurred during the period early votingWith over two million, while on the day of the general election, 1.6 million votes were cast in person.
Of all the votes counted, Most people registered as Republicans exercised their right (58.6%), while 51.3% of Democrats participated in these elections. 44.8% of non-affiliated voters voted.
By age, the group that had the largest participation was people over the age of 66 (71.3%). The group of registered voters who participated least in these elections were young people between the ages of 18 and 25.Only 24.1% voted.
An analysis of data by La Noticias found that two out of every five Latinos registered to vote in the 2020 presidential elections in North Carolina were under the age of 30, however, they were the group that increased their chances of voting. Used the least amount of authority. ,
Voter turnout by age in North Carolina
|age||percentage of voters who voted|
|over 66 years||71.3%|
|41 to 65 years||59%|
|26 to 40 years||34.2%|
|18 to 25 years||24.1%|