In the United States, the average turnout hovers between 50-60% of the population. In 2000, roughly 50.3% of the eligible voting age population showed up at the polls. In 2016, roughly 55.5% of the eligible voting age population showed up at the polls.
In 2016, the 55% VAP turnout put the US at 26th out of 32 other developed, democratic states.
We’re less than a week away from one of the most impactful elections our nation has ever seen.
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