How We Voted in the 2022 Midterm Elections

A pre-election and Election Day survey interviewed about 115,000 people who said they voted in the election or intended to. Here are the AP VoteCast results.

Here are the results of a survey of about 115,000 registered voters, compiled by the Associated Press, which offer a look at voting patterns and trends. AP VoteCast numbers will continue to update as more responses are added and the survey’s weighting adjusts.

Key Movements in the Electorate

Hispanic and Black voters continue to vote solidly for Democrats, however there has been a shift in the Republicans’ favor since 2018. Younger Black voters moved a substantial 22 percentage points toward Republicans in 2022.

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