Consider this. While 75% of voters in 2014 were white, that number is down from the 2010 electorate, which featured 77% white voters.
Some other fascinating figures:
The gender gap is tightening up. Democrats beat Republicans by just 4% among women in 2014. That's down from 11% in 2012 and 13% in 2008.
54% of Americans who voted this year say government is "doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals." Compare that with just 41% who say government "should do more to solve problems."
Republicans won 36% of the Hispanic vote, which is up from the 27% Mitt Romney won in 2012 and the 34% Republicans garnered in 2010.
53% of moderates votes for Democrats while 45% picked Republicans.