George W. Bush’s gains among Hispanics were strongest among men, Southerners and Northeasterners, the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey shows. In the fall of 2000, only 34 percent of Hispanic men supported him over Al Gore, but in 2004, 46 percent did. Among Hispanic women, his support rose only from 35 to 36
Not long after the 2004 presidential election, the Annenberg Public Policy Center gathered Democratic and Republic strategists for a debriefing and questions from scholars and the media. Day One (December 3) featured presentations by the two presidential campaigns. Matthew Dowd, Mark McKinnon, Alex Castellanos, Elizabeth Cheney, Tucker Eskew and Nicolle Devenish represented the Bush-Cheney campaign.