Asked by: Ariñe Kierstanasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th March, 2020
Which group is most likely to vote?
Likewise, who is likely to vote?
In 2018, among those age 65 and older, voter turnout was 65 percent for women and 68 percent for men. In contrast, 38 percent of women 18-29 years old voted and 33 percent of men of the same age group voted.
Beside above, what age group votes the least? Young people have the lowest turnout, though as the individual ages, turnout increases to a peak at the age of 50 and then falls again. Ever since 18-year-olds were given the right to vote in 1972, youth have been under represented at the polls.
Beside this, which of the following groups are most likely to vote?
Chap. 12 - keeping the republic
|Which of the following groups is most likely to vote?||Upper-income Americans|
|According to the textbook, which of the following does NOT contribute to increased or decreased voter turnout?||fewer or more selective incentives offered by parties and candidates for voting|
What is the most common reason given for not voting?
Among seniors aged 65 to 74, the two most common reasons for not voting were their own illness or disability (22%) and not interested (21%). Among non-voters without a high school diploma, 30% were not interested, 17% reported an illness or disability that kept them from voting, and 14% said they were too busy.