Party identification among registered voters 1994-2019 (Detailed Tables)
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Party Identification Detailed Tables
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Click the links below to view trends for each demographic group (most date back to 1994).
Full Report
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All Pew Research Center surveys about U.S. politics and policy include questions about partisan affiliation. In 2018-19, a total of 12,044 registered voters were asked the following: In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or independent? (IF INDEPENDENT, OTHER, DON’T KNOW): As of today do you lean more to the Republican Party or more to the Democratic Party?



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Among registered voters in 2018-19
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% who identify as ...% who identify as/lean toward ...
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RepublicanDemocrat
Independent
Rep/Lean Rep
Dem/Lean Dem
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All RVs2933344449
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Gender
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Men3126395042
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Women2839303856
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Race/ethnicity
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White, non-Hispanic3627345342
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Black, non-Hispanic565261083
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Hispanic1941362963
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Asian Amer. (English speaking)
942431772
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Education
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Postgraduate experience2041373361
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Four-year college degree2634384053
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Some college or less3130354646
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High school or less3431314844
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Education among whites
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White, postgraduate experience
2240353660
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White, four-year college degree
3031364649
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White, some college or less3923345638
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White, high school or less4521316231
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Education
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College grad+2336373757
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Non-college3231334745
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Education among whites
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College grad+ whites2735364254
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Non-college whites4222335935
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Education and gender
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College grad+ men2628424648
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College grad+ women2144333065
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Non-college men3325385240
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Non-college women3236284251
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Generation
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Millennial2331423854
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Generation X2932354548
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Baby Boomer3334304746
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Silent Generation3636254948
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Generation and gender
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Millennial men2425464448
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Millennial women2236373160
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Generation X men3224405339
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Generation X women2539313657
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Baby Boomer men3427355241
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Baby Boomer women3239264351
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Silent Generation men3533305244
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Silent Generation women3739224651
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Generation and race/ethnicity
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White Millennial2927404548
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White Generation X3625355440
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White Baby Boomer4027315539
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White Silent Generation4229275641
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Nonwhite Millennial1438432664
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Nonwhite Generation X1448342466
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Nonwhite Baby Boomer1555272370
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Nonwhite Silent Generation1368161978
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Religious tradition
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White evangelical Protestant
5911277817
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White non-evangelical Protestant
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Black Protestant571211084
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All Catholic3335304847
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White Catholic4128295738
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Hispanic Catholic1751302768
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Mormon4610417421
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Jewish1753282768
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Unaffiliated1240452467
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Community type
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Urban1942353162
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Suburban3130354746
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Rural4123325835
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Notes: Based on registered voters. Don’t know responses not shown.
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Source: 2018/2019 Pew Research Center survey data (U.S. adults).
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