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According to official counts, 86.5 million Americans voted in the November 1980 Presidential elections. This is the largest number of votes ever cast in a general election in the United States, exceeding by 4.9 million the number of votes cast for President in 1976. Despite this numerical increase, only 54 percent of the voting age population (18 years old and over) voted in the 1980 Presidential election, the same proportion as voted in 1976.

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