Figuring Out the Numbers: Behind Election Demographics

Voters leave the Old Blanco Courthouse after casting their ballots, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, in Blanco, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)National Journal

A roundup of news reports shares key numbers about the 2012 election and 44's next four-year term.

3 Coalitions to Power: Obama's pivotal triumvirate? Minorities (especially Hispanics and African-Americans), millennials, and whites (especially women). (New Geography boils it down to two, with a special nod to a group now 10% strong).

69/30: Percentage of Hispanics who voted Democrat/Republican.

30%: Advantage Obama, among college kids (except at Ole Miss).

1 of 1 in 5: Number of minority women among women who will be in the Senate.

51: Puerto Rico wants to expand the U.S. by one.

4 Demographics: Specific groups that voted for Obama.

4 More Years: For Sheriff Joe.

29%: At less than one out of three Hispanic voters, the GOP's support among Latinos is lower than in 2000, 2004, and 2008.