Datamar Surveys released an analysis of the vote in the February California Presidential Primary election. The study analyzes the total voter turnout for the election as well as a breakdown of the Hispanic and Non-Hispanic voters.
Datamar estimates that 18.8% of the voters at the election were Hispanic and they heavily favored the Democrats. Of that segment of the electorate, 63% voted Democratic and only 20% voted Republican.
In fact, the percentage of Hispanic voters who voted Democratic was higher than the percentage of Non-Partisan Non-Hispanic voters who took part in the election.
Clearly, Republicans have work to do to make inroads into the Hispanic vote to win elections in California.
Click Here to see the entire California Presidential Primary Voter Turnout Analysis.