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Record High Turnout in 2020 General Election
Despite concerns that voter turnout would be lower during the pandemic, the 2020 election had the century’s highest turnout.
What Methods Did People Use to Vote in the 2020 Election?
New data from the Current Population Survey’s voting supplement examine voting methods in 2020 and changes from 2016 at the national and state levels.
What Recent Elections Tell Us About the American Voter Today
In the last presidential election, 70% of the voting-eligible population registered to vote and 61% voted. Almost 9 in 10 registered voters cast a ballot.
How Many Voted in Your Congressional District in 2018?
Hispanic voters made up more than half of the citizen voting-age population in 24 congressional districts in six states.
Behind the 2018 U.S. Midterm Election Turnout
New Census Bureau data show that voting increased among all voting age and major racial and ethnic groups.
Explore My Congressional District Data Tool
Interest in the My Congressional District tool peaked after the midterm elections and is expected to continue now that the new Congress is sworn in.
Voter Turnout for Non-Hispanic Black Population Declines
For only the second time since 1980, the share of non-Hispanic white voters did not drop since the last presidential election.