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Characteristics of Persons of Voting Age: 1964 to 1968 - Tables


  • Table 1. Estimatesof the Civilian Resident Population of Voting Age, November 1, 1968, and Percent Casting Votes for President, November 1964, for the United States, by Regions, Divisions, and States [PDF - 33k]
  • Tables 2 and 3 [PDF - 27k]
    • Table 2 - Estimated Population of Voting Age, November 1, 1968, and Reported Voter Participation of Persons of Voting Age, November 1966 and 1964
    • Table 3 - Reported Voter Participation of Persons of Voting Age, by Color and Sex, for the United States and Regions: November 1966 and 1964
  • Tables 4 through 6 [PDF - 27k]
    • Table 4 - Reported Voter Participation of Persons of Voting Age, by Metropolitan-Nonmetropolitan Residence and Color: November 1966 and 1964
    • Table 5 - Registration and Voter Participation Rates for the White and Negro Population of Voting Age, for the United States and Regions: November 1966
    • Table 6 - Educational Attainment and Reported Voter Participation of Persons of Voting Age, by Color: November 1966 and 1964
  • Tables 7 through 9 [PDF - 113k]
    • Table 7 - Employment Status and Reported Voter Participation of Persons of Voting Age, by Color: November 1966 and 1964
    • Table 8 - Occupation and Reported Voter Participation of Employed Persons of Voting Age, by Color: November 1966 and 1964
    • Table 9 - Family Income and Reported Voter Participation of Persons 21 Years Old and Over in Primary Families: November 1966 and 1964

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