Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Voter Turnout by Cities/Areas in Miami Dade County. By Geniusofdespair

Here are some the best (in bold) and worst turnouts for the Nov. 6, 2012 election at some of the larger precincts and cities around Miami Dade County. Remember that the turnout for the County was 67.51%:

1) Precinct Number, 2) Municipality, 3) Registered Voters in Precinct, 4) Voter Turnout by Percentage:

004 Sunny Isles Beach 2,136, 62.59%
008 Bay Harbor Islands 1,142, 78.28%
009 Surfside 3,339, 74.24%
015 Miami Beach 893, 81.41%
020 Miami Beach 165, 83.76%
027 Miami Beach 877, 60.32%
033 Miami Beach 1,028, 58.95%
034 Miami Beach 718, 61.70%
037 Miami Beach 1,134 57.85%
051 Key Biscayne 2,107, 76.03%
107 Unincorporated 919, 62.68%
111 Aventura 4,377, 72.54%
123 N. Miami Beach 2,840 62.85%
125 N. Miami Beach 520, 61.35%
148 North Miami 1886, 66.65%
156 Miami Shores 1593, 81.29%
157 Miami Shores 1132, 80.06%
162 Unincorporated 1699, 63.51%
167 Unincorporated  2,275, 63.96%
169 North Miami 445, 62.35%
176 North Miami 590, 59.49%
179 Miami Shores 480, 80.40%
200 Unincorporated 3,473, 58.31%
201 Unincorporated 2,181, 53.05%
206 Miami Gardens 4,388, 77.48%
217 Miami Gardens 2,204, 75.73%
232 Unincorporated 1,320, 61.97%
246 Unincorporated 2,584, 50.23%
248 Unincorporated 3,124, 59.96%
265 Opa Locka 496, 64.52%
276 Miami Gardens 570, 58.07%
280 Opa Locka 512, 51.81%
304 Unincorporated 6,559, 57.43%
321 Hialeah 3,435, 61.66%
322 Hialeah 2,457, 55.35%
327 Hialeah 2,468, 60.98%
337 Hialeah 3,026, 62.59%
351 Unincorporated 4859, 60.79%
352 Miami Lakes 3,235, 78.79%
359 Hialeah 4,437, 57.07%
372 Unincorporated 1,149, 62.75%
390 Miami Lakes 3022, 77.63%
403 Unincorporated 5,548, 59.81%
410 Sweetwater 4,435, 60.95%
426 West Miami 1,697, 74.43%

454 Doral 1,498, 74.03%
461 Unincorporated 5,835, 62.35%
488 Sweetwater 1975, 59.54%
516 Miami 1,730, 72.08%
517 Miami 1,358, 58.25%
527 Miami 1,683, 59.48%
531 Miami 1,836, 57.52%
535 Miami 1,793, 54.16%
546 Miami 1,298, 78.51%
563 Miami 2,321, 56.18%
582 Miami 2,722, 77.00%
586 Miami 1,790, 79.72%
606 South Miami 2,729, 79.11%
607 Coral Gables 910, 80.55%
608 Coral Gables 2,036, 80.60%
611 Coral Gables 976, 83.81%
615 Coral Gables 1,582, 83.69%
616 Pinecrest 1,408, 80.40%
617 Coral Gables 3,259 79.29%
618 Coral Gables 738, 86.59%
619 Unincorporated 789, 82.13%
621 South Miami 2,427, 75,32%
624 Pinecrest 467, 79.44%
626 Coral Gables 571, 83.01%
630 Pinecrest 1,623, 80.28%
633 Coral Gables 1,743, 80.03%
674 Unincorporated 635, 80.31%
725 Unincorporated 1,820, 76.92%
736 Unincorporated 3,649, 58.32%
737 Unincorporated 2,039, 57.18%
746 Unincorporated 1,106, 77.12%
755 Unincorporated 1,717, 80.37%
774 Unincorporated 1,744, 58.37%
798 Unincorporated 762, 57.74%
806 Palmetto Bay 1,409, 81.62%
808 Palmetto Bay 974, 80.70%
810 Palmetto Bay 3,087, 81.15%
821 Cutler Bay 3,079, 73.40%
831 Unincorporated 2,563, 58.76%
851 Unincorporated 1,512,  57.61%
904 Unincorporated 2,756, 58.42%
907 Homestead 3,971, 55.88%
911 Unincorporated 1,873, 45.97%
916 Homestead 1421, 45.53%
919 Homestead 5,654, 57.62%
922 Florida City 3,135, 58.18%
923 Florida City 293, 50.85%
931 Unincorporated 2,212, 48.51%

This is another reason we should form cities, the turnout in the unincorporated areas was pretty dismal compared to cities. I am surprised at the poor turnout in Florida City with Mayor Otis Wallace's wife running for Judge. I would have thought he would have gotten more people out.  Coral Gables, Miami Shores, Palmetto Bay and Pinecrest are the winners on voter turnout and it looks like Homestead overall, did the worst. They even had a pitiful 45.53% percent in one large precinct. I am surprised Hialeah didn't have a higher turnout, they were below the County percentage at most precincts. Aventura also didn't get out as many voters as in other places. I think Romney targeting the Jewish vote turned off Jewish voters to both of the candidates. It is even more surprising because there was a municipal election going on as well in Aventura. Same goes for Sunny Isles Beach on the Jewish vote. Anyone know Kendall's precinct numbers? (also read my follow-up post)

In other election news, according to the Sun Sentinel "Seven days after the election ended, and two days after the results were unofficially certified, Broward elections workers Monday said they had found 963 unaccounted-for ballots in a warehouse."

5 comments:

Nathyness said...

Holy crap did the beach and Coral Gables show up at their polling places or what? Such phenomenal turnout. I'm also surprised by Hialeah's stats.

And about the Broward missing ballots news: Como??

Anonymous said...

Opa Locka and Florida City had 50% precinct turnout. How did the Dems fall down in those cities with their Gotv?

Anonymous said...

The showing in South Dade is so bad I cannot believe it. Those are the precincts in the 800-900 range.

It actually helped the Dems by them not turning out in the south dade unincorporated areas because that is GOP territory, The City of Homestead is Dem, but not the rest of those precincts, they all lean republican.

What's even stranger is there was a massive back up in the city of homestead precincts on voting day so I assumed there was a much heavier turn out. I guess not.

Geniusofdespair said...

The Wine and Cheese set -- east of Route 1 -- in South Dade (thank you Javier Souto for that characterization) did pretty well at voting.

Anonymous said...

Genius, the Souto line that lives in infamy down here. But those wine & cheese set areas are incorporated except for the pocket east of US 1 in between SW 216th St & around SW 300th St. and I would not consider those areas part of the "set" Souto so lovingly describes us down here!