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Income and Racial Disparities in the Undercount in the 2000 Presidential Election: Congressional Report
The first national study examining income and raci

Our Price: $15.00
By Henry A. Waxman (ed)
Year: 2001
Pages: 10
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437903126

The first national study examining income and racial differences in the vote counting in the 2000 presidential election. This report analyzed results from 40 congressional districts in 20 states. Twenty of the congressional districts have high poverty rates and a high minority population, and 20 of the districts have low poverty rates and a small minority population. The report analyzes the percentage of uncounted votes for president in each of the 40 districts and compares the percentages of uncounted votes in the two types of districts. The report finds that, on average, voters in low-income, high-minority congressional districts were over 3 times more likely to have their votes discarded than voters in affluent, low-minority districts.

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