New Hispanic Voter Interactive Infographic

Resurgent Republic recently released this new interactive Hispanic voter infograph that I think you’ll find informative. It goes into cool detail on facts we know well, there are 50 million Hispanics live in the US but what does that mean for 2012?


One of Resurgent Republic’s ongoing priorities is to identify opportunities and challenges for conservatives among the Hispanic electorate, especially swing voters. This interactive data visualization allows viewers to directly engage with hundreds of demographic and political data points. It’s a creative way to show America’s changing electorate and dispel the myth that the Hispanic community is a monolithic voting bloc.

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The 2010 census put hard numbers to one of the most important demographic trends of our new century: the incredible size and growth of the Hispanic community in the United States. There are more than 50.5 million Hispanics living in America, and our policy and political futures will be significantly shaped by this critically important demographic group. For this reason, Resurgent Republic has produced an interactive infographic detailing the many ways in which the American electorate is changing.  The infographic allows users to slice and dice hundreds of data points about Hispanics in America: their demographic composition, their policy positions and their political preferences.


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