Report: Georgia Electorate Sees Lowest Share of Black Voters Since 2006

Report: Georgia Electorate Sees Lowest Share of Black Voters Since 2006


The share of black voters in Georgia’s 2020 election hit its lowest point since 2006 despite the overall number of black voters increasing in the state, per data analysis from the New York Times.

Black voters represented 27.3 percent of this year’s Georgia electorate, a decrease from 27.7 percent in 2016, and a decrease from 30 percent in 2012, when President Barack Obama was running:

Georgia is the first state where we have fully updated vote history data, and it shows the Black share of the electorate falling to its lowest level since 2006 pic.twitter.com/kcquppig1I

— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) November 17, 2020

In contrast, the share of Hispanic and Asian voters hit all-time highs, comprising 3.0 percent and 2.5 percent of the electorate respectively.

“In an election marked by a big rise in turnout, Black turnout increased, too, but less than that of some other groups,” the New York

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