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History Voters: How Racial Attitudes Helped, Rather than Hurt, Barack Obama’s Campaign for the Presidency
Unformatted Document Text:  Table 2. Attitudes about the Historical Significance of an Obama Victory: A Political Profile How well does this statement describe Barack Obama and his campaign for the Presidency: “Obama's election would help heal America's racial history and divisions” Not at all Not well Some Very well Party Identification Democrat 9.45 9.45 37.06 44.03 Leaning Democrat 10.08 13.95 37.21 38.76 Independent 26.76 21.13 33.80 18.31 Leaning Republican 42.98 18.42 24.56 14.04 Republican 49.46 18.64 24.37 7.53 Political Ideology Very Liberal 4.4 7.69 30.77 57.14 Somewhat Liberal 11.54 10.44 46.15 31.87 Moderate 21.89 13.61 34.32 30.18 Somewhat Conservative 34.97 20.98 26.92 17.13 Very Conservative 50.3 13.61 18.34 17.75 Source: Time Magazine Poll # 2008-4556. Notes: Table entries are percentages. Computations done in Stata (version 9.2) using Stata’s .svy commands for fitting statistical models for complex survey data. Analyses weighted to reflect Census Bureau estimates from the Current Population Study (CPS). Rows total to 100%. 21

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Table 2. Attitudes about the Historical Significance of an Obama Victory: A Political Profile
How well does this statement describe Barack Obama and his campaign for the 
Presidency: “Obama's election would help heal America's racial history and 
divisions”
Not at all
Not well
Some
Very well
Party Identification
Democrat
9.45
9.45
37.06
44.03
Leaning Democrat
10.08
13.95
37.21
38.76
Independent
26.76
21.13
33.80
18.31
Leaning Republican
42.98
18.42
24.56
14.04
Republican
49.46
18.64
24.37
7.53
Political Ideology
Very Liberal
4.4
7.69
30.77
57.14
Somewhat Liberal
11.54
10.44
46.15
31.87
Moderate
21.89
13.61
34.32
30.18
Somewhat Conservative
34.97
20.98
26.92
17.13
Very Conservative
50.3
13.61
18.34
17.75
Source: Time Magazine Poll # 2008-4556.
Notes: Table entries are percentages. Computations done in Stata (version 9.2) using Stata’s .svy commands for 
fitting statistical models for complex survey data. Analyses weighted to reflect Census Bureau estimates from the 
Current Population Study (CPS). Rows total to 100%.
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