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Quick Facts About Young Voters by Metropolitan Area: The Midterm Elections 2006

by Karlo Barrios Marcelo graph

July 2007

Using the Current Population Survey, November (Voting) Supplement, 2006, these fact sheets analyze voter turnout rates by metropolitan area.

Click here to view the list of fact sheets by metropolitan areas.

17 Responses to “Quick Facts About Young Voters by Metropolitan Area: The Midterm Elections 2006”

  1. Tom Dwan Says:

    I am from New York and I never miss any vote. Civil responsibility is important in a democracy, please vote everyone.

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    the voter turnout continues to be of serious concern to our communities.

  4. Africa Says:

    As expected the voter turnout for the younger age group is always lower than for the above 30′s. The apathy of the younger generation is the real problem.

  5. Trance Says:

    I am from New York and I never miss any vote. Civil responsibility is important in a democracy but a voter turnout continues to be of serious concern to our communities.

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    The survey shows that young voters are far behind from age group of 30+.This is not a good a sign as it shows that youngsters are not much interested towards politics.

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  10. Benzy Fury Says:

    great blog, love the article on young voters etc. I never miss a vote ever though.

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    The turnout is not brilliant is it

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