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Studies in the Measurement of Voter Turnout - Tables

  • Table 1 - Resident Population of Voting Age for Regions and Divisions--Difference Between Postcensal Estimate and Intercensal Estimate: 1960 to 1968 [PDF - 31k]
  • Table 2 - Resident Population of Voting Age for States--Difference Between Postcensal Estimate and Intercensal Estimate: 1972 to 1980 [PDF - 89k]
  • Table 3 - Resident Population of Voting Age for States--Difference Between Short-Term Projection and Postcensal Estimate: 1972 to 1978 [PDF - 82k]
  • Table 4 - Resident Population of Voting Age for States--Difference Between Short-Term Projection and Intercensal Estimates: 1972 to 1980 [PDF - 89k]
  • Tables 5 through 6 [PDF - 98k]
    • Table 5 - Resident Population of Voting Age for States--Difference Between Short-Term Projection and Postcensal Estimate: 1980 to 1986
    • Table 6 - Estimates of the Percent of the Age-Eligible Population Casting Votes for U.S. Representatives--Difference Between Estimates Based on Postcensal Population Estimates and Intercensal Population Estimates: 1962 to 1978
  • Table 7 - Population Eligible to Vote and Not Eligible to Vote, by State: 1980 Census [PDF - 91k]
  • Table 8 - Percent of Population Voting Based on Different Denominators from the 1980 Census, for States: 1980 Presidential Election [PDF - 93k]
  • Table 9 - Percent of Population Voting Based on Different Denominators, for States: 1980 Presidential Election [PDF - 100k]

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Voting and Registration |  Last Revised: November 09, 2010