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Puerto Rico Voters

Eligible voters in Puerto Rico, which held its presidential primary June 1, 2008, are less likely to have completed high school than are U.S. Latino eligible voters, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.  It says 32 per cent of Puerto Rican eligible voters have not completed high school, compared to 27 per cent of all U.S. Latino and 14 percent of all U.S. eligible voters who have not completed high school. However, Puerto Rican eligible voters are more likely to have a Bachelor’s degree or graduate education (19 percent total)  than are U.S. Hispanic eligible voter (13 percent).

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