The Census Bureau made big news last week when it reported that the black voter turnout rate (66.2%) exceeded the white voter turnout rate (64.1%) for the first time ever in 2012. But a closer look at the numbers raises some intriguing questions.
It’s possible that the lines may have first crossed in 2008. But it’s also possible they may not have crossed at all. [cont.]
Paul Taylor & Mark Hugo Lopez, Pew