Who says Americans don’t vote?

September 2nd, 2008

I always thought that something like 30% of Americans voted, sildenafil viagra but while doing a research for a future post I discovered that 64% of us voted in 2004:

Sixty-four percent of U.S. citizens age 18 and over voted in the 2004 presidential election, treatment up from 60 percent in 2000, pharm the U.S. Census Bureau reported today. Tables from a November survey also show that of 197 million citizens, 72 percent (142 million) reported they were registered to vote. Among those registered, 89 percent (126 million) said they voted. In the 2000 election, 70 percent of citizens were registered; and among them, 86 percent voted.

That’s not perfect, but really that’s a hell of a lot better than I thought it was.

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