About 64 percent of Arizona’s voting-age citizens cast a ballot in the 2004 general election, the same as the national rate.
As one of the 24 states holding “Super Tuesday” presidential primary and caucus sites on Feb. 5, Arizona’s 2007 population of 6.3 million includes a lower percentage of the non-Hispanic white-alone population than the nation as a whole, and a percentage of Hispanics that is approximately double the national rate, according to U.S. Census Bureau statistics.
These and other statistics about Arizona’s population on topics ranging from language spoken to commute times can be found in the American FactFinder section of the Census Bureau Web site <http://factfinder.census.gov/>. More information about the nation’s voting record can be found in Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2004 at <http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/voting.html>
Highlights include the following:
|White alone, not Hispanic or Latino||59.7%||66.4%|
|Hispanic or Latino||29.2%||14.8%|
|Median household income||$47,265||$48,451|
|Persons below poverty||14.2%||13.3%|
|Bachelor’s degree or higher (age 25+)||25.5%||27.0%|
|Median home value||$236,500||$185,200|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau Total Population Estimates (2007), State Population Estimates by Characteristics (2006), American Community Survey (2006).