I visited AT&T Labs today–lots of fun, a great group of people, an interesting mix of statistics and machine learning. They showed me some cool visualizations that I’ll display soon.
Anyway, while I was there, somebody asked me about voters with different educational levels. In discussing it, we realized we wanted to break this down by ethnicity and age. So I quickly prepared a grid of graphs for him.
On the train ride back, I spent a few minutes making the graphs prettier:
These are based on raw Pew data, reweighted to adjust for voter turnout by state, income, and ethnicity. No modeling of vote on age, education, and ethnicity. I think our future estimates based on the 9-way model will be better, but these are basically OK, I think. All but six of the dots in the graph are based on sample sizes greater than 30.