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30. Comparative International
31. Industrial Outlook
32. 1997 Economic Census


452. Vote Cast for President, by Major Political Party
453. Vote Cast for Leading Minority Party Candidates for President
454. Democratic and Republican Percentages of Two-Party Presidential Vote, by Selected Characteristics of Voters
455. Electoral Vote Cast for President, by Major Political Party--States
456. Popular Vote Cast for President, by Political Party -- States
457. Vote Cast for United States Senators, Incumbent Senators, States
458. Vote Cast for United States Representatives, by Major Political Party -- States
459. Vote Cast for United States Representatives by Major Political Party--Congressional Districts:
460. Composition of Congress, by Political Party
461. Composition of Congress, by Political Party Affiliation--States
462. Members of Congress--Incumbents Re-elected
463. Members of Congress--Selected Characteristics
464. U.S. Congress--Measures Introduced and Enacted and Time in Session.
465. Congressional Bills Vetoed
466. Congressional Staff, by Location of Employment
467. Number of Governors, by Political Party Affiliation
468. Vote Cast for and Governor Elected by State
469. Composition of State Legislatures, by Political Party Affiliation
470. Political Party Control of State Legislatures, by Party
471. Local Elected Officials, by Sex, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Type of Government: 1992
472. Women Holding State Public Offices, by Office and State
473. Black Elected Officials by Office, and by Region and State
474. Hispanic Public Officials, by Office and by State
475. Public Confidence Levels in Selected Public and Private Institutions
476. Political Party Identification of the Adult Population, by Degree of Attachment, and by Selected Characteristics
477. Voting-Age Population, Percent Reporting Registered, and Voted
478. Persons Reported Registered and Voted, by State: 1994
479. Participation in Elections for President and U.S. Representatives
480. Resident Population of Voting-Age and Percent Casting Votes--States
481. Sources of Voter Registration Applications: 1995-1996
482. Political Party Financial Activity, by Major Political Party
483. Independent Expenditures for Presidential and Congressional Campaigns
484. Political Action Committees--Number, by Committee Type
485. Political Action Committees-- Financial Activity Summary by Committee Type
486. Presidential Campaign Finances-- Federal Funds for General Election
487. Presidential Campaign Finances-- Primary Campaign Receipts and Disbursements
488. Congressional Campaign Finances--Receipts and Disbursements
489. Contributions to Congressional Campaigns by Political Action Committees (PAC), by Type of Committee

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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