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Title: How did hispanics vote before 1932?
Post by: darklordoftech on March 09, 2019, 12:48:16 pm
Is there any data?


Title: Re: How did hispanics vote before 1932?
Post by: RINO Tom on March 09, 2019, 01:23:12 pm
I doubt they were statistically significant enough to have much data on.  Could be very wrong, though.  Id guess 70/30 Republican in any part of the South (i.e., Texas and Oklahoma) that they voted in substantial numbers and 60/40 Democrat in the North?


Title: Re: How did hispanics vote before 1932?
Post by: Dr. RI on March 09, 2019, 01:25:58 pm
Hard to say for certain. The Hispano areas of New Mexico were Republican strongholds from 1912-1928, and the equivalent areas of southern Colorado voted GOP back to 1892 (except 1896). The Rio Grande Valley was mixed with some counties strongly GOP (especially near Laredo) and some strongly Democratic.


Title: Re: How did hispanics vote before 1932?
Post by: Anarcho-Statism on March 25, 2019, 04:50:08 pm
My great grandparents in California were registered Democrats. The Democrats' coalition had included Catholics, immigrants, and the working class since the Gilded Age, so I assume latinos voted with them in presidential elections (except during the Bryan era).