America Goes to the Polls 2006

America Goes to the Polls 2006 reports on national turnout and voting trends. It is the only place to find state-by-state turnout rankings.

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America Goes to the Polls 2008

America Goes to the Polls 2008 reports on national turnout and voting trends. It is the only place to find state-by-state turnout rankings.

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America Goes to the Polls 2010

America Goes to the Polls 2010 reports on national turnout and voting trends. It is the only place to find state-by-state turnout rankings.

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America Goes to the Polls 2012

America Goes to the Polls 2012 reports on national turnout and voting trends. It is the only place to find state-by-state turnout rankings.

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Voter Turnout in the 2012 Election

Listen to key findings from America Goes to the Polls: 2012, the latest in a series of reports on national turnout and voting trends--including state-by-state voter turnout rankings and voting trends among populations served by nonprofits.

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ANES Guide to Electoral Behavior

These biennial studies provide data on voting, public opinion, and political participation.


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CIRCLE: Youth Voter Engagement

CIRCLE conducts research on civic education in schools, colleges, and community settings and on young Americans' voting and political participation, service, activism, media use, and other forms of civic engagement.

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Hispanic Voting Trends

Pew Hispanic hosts a collection of data and resources on the Latino electorate.

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National Election Exit Polls: Midterm Elections

The National Election Exit Poll provides demographic data about voters and how they voted.

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National Election Exit Polls: Presidential Elections

The National Election Exit Poll provides demographic data about voters and how they voted.

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All Together Now: Youth Engagement

This report is a detailed yet wide-ranging look at the current state of civic education, informed voting, and political engagement of the nation's youth. It outlines some of the most pressing challenges to improving civic education and engagement, and recasts them as opportunities that can and should be seized.

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US Census Voting Reports

The U.S. Census reports estimates of voter turnout and voter registration by various demographic and socioeconomic characteristics in November Congressional and Presidential election years.

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U.S. Elections Project – Voter Turnout

The U.S. Elections Project is the best source of information for state and national turnout data dating back to the 1980 presidential election. It provides timely and accurate election statistics, research reports, and other useful information.

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Voter Turnout Around the World

The International IDEA Voter Turnout Website contains the most comprehensive global collection of voter turnout statistics available.

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Who Votes, Who Doesn’t, and Why

Pew discusses the spectrum of voters and non-voters, including regular voters, intermittent voters, registered but rare voters, and unregistered adults.

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Voting Counts as a Healthy Habit

This article discusses the potential mental and physical health benefits of voting.

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