Tuesday, December 9, 2003

Florida Get-Out-The-Vote Maps

FairVote2020 has developed interactive maps showing constituency information on African-American and Latino voters in Florida. The maps include Unregistered African-Americans in Florida, Unregistered Latinos in Florida, and Leon County Nonvoters.

Additional maps show socio-economic data from the 2000 census, party affiliation of registered voters, and results for the 2000/2004 presidential elections and the 2002 Bush-McBride and Crist-Dyer contests.These and other maps can reached by clicking the drop-down menu under "Compare Maps" to the left of the map image window.

Below the interactive maps are links to maps in Adobe format These maps show precinct details for unregistered African Americans and Latinos in municipalities with populations over 15,000.

A final set of 270 Adobe maps shows precinct-level election results and turnout rates in the 2000 election for localities with populations over 10,000.

Unregistered African-Americans in Florida (by 2000 precinct)

Google-FairData Base Map (start with a Google map interface)

Map 1 (Initial Map) -- Unregistered African Americans 18+ by 2000 precinct

At a scale of about 20 miles, the number of unregistered African Americans (by 2000 precinct) is displayed in purple boxes. When you click on ZOOM TO and then click on the map -- voter registration and demographic data for the precinct selected will appear in a table below the map. Click on INFO and then click on the map for more detailed data.

Display notes:

The "Non-Voter 2000" display works only in Leon County for maps 21 to 26.

To suppress the dot display of Leon County nonvoters remove the check in the box to the left of "Non-Voter 2000".

The precincts displayed in Maps 1 and 16 (represented by dark green lines beginning at a scale of about 5 miles on the interactive map ) are based on those in effect for the November 2000 general election and do not reflect post-2000 modifications: Also note that the thematic displays for the unregistered population by precinct do not follow the 2000 precinct boundaries in instances where precinct lines split census blocks. In these instances, where there is not a one-to-one correspondence between census geography and year 2000 precinct lines, the unregistered voter count is an estimate.

The precinct layer can be queried by clicking on the INFO button and then clicking on the map. Precinct data can then be viewed from the pop-up window. Demographic and political data includes 2000 Bush-Gore election returns, as well as total turnout and number of registered voters by race and ethnicity.

Additional data and precinct information can be found at:

http://www.flsenate.gov/senateredistricting/freds_data.cfm

Sources: Census 2000 and Florida Office of Economic and Demographic Research

Map 17 -- Unregistered Latinos over 18 by 2000 precinct

Unregistered Latinos in Florida

At a scale of about 20 miles, the number of unregistered Latinos (by 2000 precinct) is displayed in purple boxes. When you click on ZOOM TO and then click on the map -- voter registration and demographic data for the precinct selected will appear in a table below the map. Click on INFO and then click on the map for more detailed data.

The unregistered count has not been adjusted to exclude non-citizens. Of the 1.3 million unregistered Latinos in Florida, approximately 600,000 are voter-eligible citizens

Map 29 -- Focus Precincts

Statewide Focus Precincts

This map shows about 1,500 precincts statewide that are 40% or more minority voting age, with an estimated 50 or more Latinos or African Americans of voting age who are unregistered. There are over 450,000 African Americans and 850,000 unregistered Latinos in these precincts.

Map 31 -- Turnout in 2000 (numbers show registered nonvoters)

Map 32 -- Bush-Gore (head-to-head with voter party affiliation in pie charts)

Map 33 -- Percent Democrat (2000)

Map 34 -- Percent Independent (2000)

Other Map #s -- Statewide Block-Group Socio-Economic Detail Maps

See SocioEcon mapper for map details.

Note: Precinct boundaries cannot be displayed in the socioeconomic thematic maps.

Sources: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data and SF 3 Sample Data

Post-2000 Maps

Map 35 -- Bush-McBride (2002) (Head-to-Head Contest)

Map 36 -- Crist-Dyer (2002) (Head-to-Head Contest)

Map 37 -- Bush-Kerry by County (Head-to-Head Contest)

At a scale of about 200 miles, green labels show votes cast for the two major party candidates by county. This map does not display election returns below the county level.

Source: Dave Leip's Atlas of US Presidential Elections, 12/03/04.

Map 38 -- Party Affiliation (State Senate) 2007

Map 39 -- Party Affiliation (State House) 2007

Map 40 -- Party Affiliation (Congress) 2007





High Detail Adobe Format Maps (Zoom to 200%)

These maps are set to print at 11" by 17" but will print to smaller or larger page sizes.

Click on the links below to see the index of maps, then click on the file name. It will take a few moments for the file to load into the Acrobat reader, depending upon the speed of your internet connection. To save and then view a map file (the best method for accessing these files), right click on the file name, then choose 'Save Target As' (Internet Explorer) or 'Save Link As' (Netscape). Files range from 50k to 500k in size.

  • Unregistered African Americans

Community-wide Maps (85 municipalities with pop. over 15,000 and over 10% Black)

Each map displays an area approximately 15 miles wide. About two-thirds of the state's African American population lives in the areas shown on these maps.

  • Unregistered Latinos

Community-wide Maps (98 municipalities with pop. over 15,000 and over 10% Latino)

Each map displays an area approximately 15 miles wide. About two-thirds of the state's Latino population lives in the areas shown on these maps. Pie charts showing national origin display for precincts with large Latino populations.

  • Grid maps (registration and socioeconomic detail)

    Note: Legends were removed to display full extent. Thematic breakpoints will match legends in the interactive map. These maps can be joined to create large wall maps. (see key at top of the directory)


    Miami Dade

    Palm Beach

  • Florida localities with populations over 10,000 (270)

    Community-wide Bush-Gore maps

    Bush-Gore by precinct (head to head contest excluding third party candidates). The numbers in boxes show votes cast for the two major party candidates. These maps match map 32 in the interactive map,

    Community-wide Turnout Maps

    Birds-eye view of 2000 turnout rates for registered voters of all races by precinct. The numbers displayed in purple boxes show registered voters who did not vote. These maps match map 31 in the interactive map.

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Leon County Maps

Map 19 -- Leon County registered voters who were eligible but did not vote in 2000 (by VTD)

Zoom to Leon County Nonvoters

This map plots about 14,000 Leon County voters (2003) who were eligible but did not vote in the November 2000 presidential election. About 5,000 of the geocoded non-voters are non-white or Latino. There were 19,000 eligible non-voters, but many of these are out of town (students, military, etc). . The map plots households by address, so the dots may represent more than one person. Apartment complexes with the same street address are represented by a single dot. Student dorms are not shown.

Display notes:

To see the block group boundaries in these maps (thick blue lines), zoom in to 5 miles and check the "_Block Group" display box.

To suppress the dot display of nonvoters remove the check to the left of "Non-Voter 2000".



Map 20 -- Leon County registered voters who were eligible but did not vote in 2000 (by block group)

Map 21 -- Same as Map 22 with % Black thematic overlay

Map 22 -- Same as Map 22 with % Latino thematic overlay

Map 23 -- Unregistered persons in Leon County by block group (median income theme)

Note: Low moderate income target area for registration drive is outlined with thick black lines. This area defines all block groups in Leon County with a median household income below $30,000.

There are an estimated 30,000 unregistered persons in this 70 block group target area -- after excluding group quarters (student dorms, prisons, etc.). These are preliminary estimates and tend to overstate the unregistered population in some areas due to non-resident off campus students.

Block-group level unregistered estimates for an area in the southern part of the target area are blanked out on this map, due to geocoding problems which overstate the number of unregistered voters.

Map 24 -- Unregistered population by census block (most detailed level of census geography)

An area in the southern part of the target area is blanked out on this map, due to geocoding problems which overstate the number of unregistered voters at the block level.

Source for Maps 19 to 24 voter data : Leon County Supervisor of Elections

3 comments:

john smith said...

Fairvote2020 has provide the information on African-American and Latino voter in Florida. He is one of the beginners of Stand Up Florida, a non-partisan organization dedicated to voter registration and get-out-the-vote efforts. 1,50,000 voters are unregister.
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john smith
Florida Drug Rehab

sanju said...

FairVote2020 has developed interactive maps showing extensive constituency information on minority voters. The first map below shows the unregistered non-white population as of 2002. Over 380,000 non-whites 18 and over are not registered to vote.

The second map shows non-white turnout on election day in November 2002.the percentages and counts in this map are actual counts -- not estimates. About 263,000 registered non-whites did not vote in the November 2002 election, resulting in a statewide turnout rate of about 50% for registered minority voters.
Other maps can be reached by clicking on "Compare Maps"
These and other maps can reached by clicking the drop-down menu under "Compare Maps" to the left of the map image window.
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sanjeeda
Florida Drug Rehab

Florida Drug Rehab

marlon said...

I do believe that the statistics in regard with the Fairvote2020 is not certainly exact about the unregistered Latinos and Africans at Florida but almost on map.The only remedy for that unregistered voter at Florida is to imposed a high sanction for those who failed to register as a result of that they will get intimidated so that for the upcoming voting they register..
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miles
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