(New Hampshire Voting History) In recent polls from November fifteen, Trump was leading in Republican presidential primary polls, followed by Carson, Rubio, Cruz and Kasich. (Election 2016) However these polls have changed dramatically from August of this year. (Election 2016) On August 24th Trump was in the lead followed by Kaisch, Bush, Walker and Carson. (Election 2016) Kasich is focusing primarily on New Hampshire, and currently has the most support there out of the first three states to vote in the primaries . (New Hampshire Voting
7- In the 2008 Presidential election Obama carried the state, the popular vote was 8,274,473 for Obama and 5,011,781 for McCain. It was not close, Obama had a very large advantage. 8- In the 2012 Presidential election Obama carried the state, the popular vote was 7,854,285 for Obama
But only about 29 percent of the voters in each camp said they strongly support their candidates, and some 22 percent said that they chose their presidential hopefuls for dislike of the other party or candidate. As many as 82 percent men and 76 percent women, including Republicans, Democrats, and independents, are ready to elect a woman for president, which amounts to double the number of people who wanted to vote for a woman president some twenty years ago. A recent Bloomberg national poll showed a 12-point gap between Clinton and Trump, with 49 percent of Americans favoring Clinton over Trump (37 percent). "Clinton has a number of advantages in this poll, in addition to her lead," said pollster J. Ann Selzer, who oversaw the survey. "Her supporters are more enthusiastic than Trump 's and more voters overall see her becoming a more appealing candidate than say that for Trump."
The increasing numbers of Latino youth who obtain college degrees are become active in politics, with the biggest trend of Latino population is youth and growth we can only hope for even more support in politics. “For the first time ever, Latinos accounted for one in ten votes cast nationwide in the presidential election, and Obama recorded the highest ever vote total for any presidential candidate among Latinos, at 75%” (Barreto and Segura 145). The Latino vote is becoming a crucial element to politics because of their size in population. . “While turnout declined nationally from 2008 to 2012 (by 2%), among Latinos there was a 28% increase in votes cast in 2012 (from 9.7 million to 12.5 million) and Obama further increased his vote share among Latinos in 2012 compared to 2008” (Barreto and Segura 145).
While the unauthorized immigrants total was 8.4 million. By the next key year 2007 the legal jumped to 38 million and the unauthorized immigrants grew to 12 million. The period ended in 2011 with the total number of legal immigrants totaling 40.4 million immigrants and the number of unauthorized illegals dropped to 11.1 million. The period saw a raise of 9.3 million legal immigrants and an extra
As of 2002, Arizona and Iowa are the 6th and 36th ranked state in highest suicide rates in America. New York State however is ranked 50th with the state having 6.42% suicide rate. Arizona almost triples that with the state having a 17.65% rate. These numbers may just be statistics but, in reality they make sense. The United States of America has double of New York City’s suicide rate.
The United States Census Bureau recently reported that the Hispanic population is becoming the largest ethnic minority in the country. For example, in 1980, Hispanics made up 6.4 % of the total population in the United States (US); and in 2000, the Hispanic population grew to over 12.5 % of the total population in the United States (US). It is projected that European Americans will numerically become a minority in the upcoming years, and that the Hispanic population will constitute 31 percent of the nation 's population by 2060, making the United States (US) the second largest Hispanic population following Mexico (citation A5). States, like California and Texas, can be used as an example for this shift already occurring. It is apparent that
As you know immigration is a huge problem in the United States, data shows that over the past year’s Texas has increases its size dramatically. In the website Texas State Historical Association states data that since the year 1850 Texas started out with the population of 212,592 and on 2010 the population growth increased to 25,145,561. However, we do not know the exact number of these people that are not American Citizens. In the Washington Post it states that “there are more than 11 million immigrants living, working and establishing families in the United States illegally”. Texas has approximately 1,650,000 almost close to 1.7 million of people who are illegal immigrants that are residents here.
The public opinion on background checks has changed drastically over the past decade; according to the Pew Research Center, in 2000, the overall populous of the United States was only 29% in favor of background checks as opposed to 2015 which is now a staggering 52% (Pew Research). Now granted this could be as a result of underreporting and increased significance in the political issue, but Interestingly enough, after the Senate failed to pass a piece of legislation to institute background checks on all gun purchases two years ago, 85% of all Americans regardless of political orientation favor expanded background
The increase in Americans dating outside of their racial groups has caused an increase in the American multiracial population. According to the 2010 census brief, the population reporting multiple races, 9.0 million grew by 32 percent from the year 2000 to 2010, compared to those who reported a single race that grew by 9.2%. Nevertheless, the significant group with the most change since 2000; 1.8 million Black and White accounts for the largest multiracial population in America. White races combined with other races accounted for approximately 2.5 million biracial citizens. (Census Bureau 2012) According to Pew research center, 6.9 percent of American ages 18 or older have a multiracial background, in the adult multiracial population women
They did have a difference in their plans: Hillary chose a plan that would require all American to acquire insurance coverage as an individual mandate. Whereas, Obama’s plan was not a mandated requirement, but there would be an offer of a subsidy to allow Americans to purchase insurance. In the end, Obama won the primary and challenged Republican John McCain in the general election. Obama declared on the campaign trail that health care reform was one of his top four priorities if he won. In November of 2008, Senator Barack Obama defeated Senator John McCain to win the presidency (Jacobs,
According to the graph shown with the article, the income gap between blacks and whites in the 1960s was about $20,000 with the white income as the greater of the two. Fifty years later, the gap between the two races rose up to about a $27,000 difference. Nevertheless, it is fair to question how far society has gotten trying to achieve financial equality. The Washington Post article written by Brad Plumer ,“These ten charts show the black-white economic gap hasn’t budged in 50 years”, provide the readers ten charts to compare the economic gap between blacks and whites. Overall, these charts prove that there had have not been improvements between the incomes of whites and blacks, but it has actually worsened.
According to the Center for Immigration Studies, in the United States, there is a correlation between unemployment among natives and the influx of immigrants. This concludes that immigrants have an advantage with the employment over the natives. After 2009, two-thirds of the net increase in employment has gone to immigrant workers, the most of them are legal. Since President Obama 's possession, 67% of employment growth has gone to immigrants either legal or illegal. In 2012 for example, there were 1.94 million more immigrants, legal and illegal, working in the third quarter than at the start of 2009.
The nation’s immigrant population (legal and illegal) hit a record 41.3 million in July 2013, an increase of 1.4 million since July 2010. Since 2000 the immigrant population is up 10.2 million. The 41.3 million immigrant population (legal and illegal) in 2013 was double the number in 1990, nearly triple the number in 1980, and quadruple that in 1970, when it stood at 9.6 million. The sending regions with the largest increases from 2010 to 2013 were South Asia (up 373,000, 16 percent growth); East Asia (up 365,000, 5 percent growth); the Caribbean (up 223,000, 6 percent