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Demographics, wealth and voting locations in Miami-Dade [Data Visualization]

There’s no doubt that this election season has been tumultuous. With Miami-Dade County having a key role in how the state will swing as a whole, its racial, relative wealth and age may provide some insight as to why people voted the way they did. This is especially true for those aged 20-24. The visualizations below, based on voter registration data taken ...

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An "I Voted" sticker (Photo courtesy Creative Commons)

Data Viz: Party membership in South Florida by Race

Hispanics make up a significant amount of the total electorate in South Florida, functioning as a majority in many areas. But we wanted to see how Hispanics fared in overall party makeup. That’s what this visualization attempts to do. To see where this was used in context, click on this link to read the story. Visualization by Dan Evans South ...

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Cuban and American flags wave in the Miami neighborhood of Little Havana. (Lynne Sladky/AP)

Data Viz: Age of Hispanic Voters by Party

This visualization looks at the age of Hispanic voters based on party choice. This data was particularly important in our analysis of Marco Rubio’s chances among younger Cuban-Americans. Read the story here. Visualization by Dan Evans South Florida News Service @EditorDanEvans • Instagram • Facebook

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Bilingual polling place sign. (Photo courtesy KUT News)

Data Viz: Hispanic Voting Patterns

This visualization looks at the registration patterns among Hispanics in four South Florida counties — Miami-Dade, Monroe, Broward and Palm Beach — over time. Click here to view the article that used this data. Visualization by Dan Evans South Florida News Service @EditorDanEvans • Instagram • Facebook

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