Democracy Demographics: A look at each state

Every state has its own primary or caucus, but they each hold national importance. So, how do these states compare to the rest of the nation? Select a state to explore population, voting, and employment data as Democratic contests get underway and contrast them with the nation overall.

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Population

Population by Race and Ethnicity

United States
Note: Racial groups exclude persons of Hispanic/Latino origin.

Population by Age

United States

Other Population Measures

Other states United States

Unemployment rate

United States

Wage by percentile (10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, 90th)

Circles from left to right: 10th percentile, 25th percentile, median, 75th percentile, and the 90th percentile.

Job share by industry (excluding agriculture)

United States

Other measures

Other states United States

Voting in 2016

United States

Presidential election vote

Total Votes
Percentage of Votes
Democrat Republican Other

The 2016 electoral map

Democrat Republican Other

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Every state has its own primary or caucus, but they each hold national importance. So, how do these states compare to the rest of the nation? Select a state to explore population, voting, and employment data as Democratic contests get underway and contrast them with the nation overall.

Democracy Demographics: A look at each state

Every state has its own primary or caucus, but they each hold national importance. So, how do these states compare to the rest of the nation? Select a state to explore population, voting, and employment data as Democratic contests get underway and contrast them with the nation overall.

or learn about the next states on the Democratic primary calendar.

Sources & Footnotes