Thanks for the response.
Unfortunately, the data are not binary and I do need you to just pretend that they're mutually exclusive (even though yes, I know that they aren't).
Please recall that what I gave before was just an example. The actual data, I assure you, are mutually exclusive and not binary. I need to compare percents.
After posting, I thought of a more lucid and relevant example...
Imagine instead that I'm trying to compare the percents of the 2004 republican party that are each of four races, and then to compare those percents against the values for the 2010 republican party.
I.e.... (fictitious data)
2004 republican party = 55% white, 5% black, 20% asian, 20% hispanic/latino.
2011 republican party = 45% white, 8% black, 17% asian, 30% hispanic/latino.
1) Are the percents for the 2004 republican party different from one another? (same for 2011 republican party)
2) Do the percents in each racial category differ from one another across years?
Thanks in advance.