Turnout in US Elections

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Race VEP
White - 71%, Black - 12%, Hispanic - 11%
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Race Turnout
White - 64% (was 67% in 2004), Black - 66% (was 60% in 2004), Hispanic - 48%
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Age
18-24 yr olds - 41%, >75 - 70%
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Gender
Men - 60%, Women - 64% (higher turnout that men since 1964)
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Occupation
Unemployed - 52%, Government Workers - 76%, Self Employed - 67%, Not in Workforce - 59%
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Income
$150k - 80%
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Marital Status
Married - 69%, Seperated - 49%, Never Married - 50%
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White - 64% (was 67% in 2004), Black - 66% (was 60% in 2004), Hispanic - 48%

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Race Turnout

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18-24 yr olds - 41%, >75 - 70%

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Men - 60%, Women - 64% (higher turnout that men since 1964)

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Card 5

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Unemployed - 52%, Government Workers - 76%, Self Employed - 67%, Not in Workforce - 59%

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