VOTER REGISTRATION/ELECTION TURNOUT BY STATE

Nov. 5, 1996 General Election

Voting Age

Registered

%VAP

Election

%REG

Population

Voters

Registered

RANK

Turnout

Turnout

RANK

Alabama

3,220,000

2,470,766

76.73%

27

1,534,349

62.10%

38

Alaska

425,000

414,815

97.60%

2

241,620

58.25%

44

Arizona

3,145,000

2,244,672

71.37%

38

1,404,405

62.57%

37

Arkansas

1,873,000

1,369,459

73.12%

36

884,262

64.57%

29

California

22,826,000

15,662,075

68.62%

42

10,019,484

63.97%

33

Colorado

2,862,000

2,346,253

81.98%

15

1,510,704

64.39%

31

Connecticut

2,479,000

1,881,323

75.89%

29

1,392,614

74.02%

3

Delaware

548,000

421,710

76.95%

26

270,810

64.22%

32

District of Columbia

422,000

361,419

85.64%

10

185,726

51.39%

49

Florida

11,043,000

8,077,877

73.15%

35

5,300,927

65.62%

24

Georgia

5,418,000

3,811,284

70.34%

40

2,298,899

60.32%

41

Hawaii

890,000

544,916

61.23%

49

360,120

66.09%

22

Idaho

858,000

700,430

81.64%

18

489,481

69.88%

11

Illinois

8,754,000

6,663,301

76.12%

28

4,311,391

64.70%

28

Indiana

4,374,000

3,488,088

79.75%

22

2,135,431

61.22%

39

Iowa

2,138,000

1,776,433

83.09%

13

1,234,075

69.47%

13

Kansas

1,897,000

1,436,418

75.72%

30

1,063,452

74.03%

2

Kentucky

2,928,000

2,396,086

81.83%

16

1,387,999

57.93%

45

Louisiana

3,131,000

2,559,352

81.74%

17

1,783,959

69.70%

12

Maine

945,000

1,001,292

105.96%

1

679,499

67.86%

16

Maryland

3,820,000

2,587,978

67.75%

44

1,780,870

68.81%

15

Massachusetts

4,649,000

3,459,193

74.41%

33

2,556,459

73.90%

4

Michigan

7,072,000

6,677,079

94.42%

3

3,848,844

57.64%

46

Minnesota

3,422,000

3,067,802

89.65%

5

2,192,640

71.47%

7

Mississippi

1,967,000

1,715,913

87.24%

6

893,857

52.09%

48

Missouri

3,995,000

3,342,849

83.68%

12

2,158,065

64.56%

30

Montana

656,000

590,751

90.05%

4

407,083

68.91%

14

Nebraska

1,211,000

1,015,056

83.82%

11

677,415

66.74%

18

Nevada

1,212,000

778,092

64.20%

48

464,279

59.67%

42

New Hampshire

871,000

754,771

86.66%

7

499,053

66.12%

21

New Jersey

6,034,000

4,320,866

71.61%

37

3,075,860

71.19%

8

New Mexico

1,224,000

851,479

69.57%

41

556,074

65.31%

26

New York

13,564,000

10,162,156

74.92%

31

6,439,129

63.36%

36

North Carolina

5,519,000

4,318,008

78.24%

24

2,515,807

58.26%

43

North Dakota

476,000

266,411

Ohio

8,347,000

6,879,687

82.42%

14

4,534,434

65.91%

23

Oklahoma

2,426,000

1,979,017

81.58%

19

1,206,713

60.98%

40

Oregon

2,411,000

1,962,155

81.38%

20

1,377,760

70.22%

10

Pennsylvania

9,197,000

6,805,612

74.00%

34

4,506,118

66.21%

20

Rhode Island

751,000

602,692

80.25%

21

390,247

64.75%

27

South Carolina

2,771,000

1,814,777

65.49%

46

1,151,689

63.46%

34

South Dakota

535,000

459,971

85.98%

9

323,826

70.40%

9

Tennessee

4,035,000

2,849,910

70.63%

39

1,894,105

66.46%

19

Texas

13,597,000

10,540,678

77.52%

25

5,611,644

53.24%

47

Utah

1,333,000

1,050,452

78.80%

23

665,629

63.37%

35

Vermont

445,000

385,328

86.59%

8

258,449

67.07%

17

Virginia

5,083,000

3,322,135

65.36%

47

2,416,642

72.74%

6

Washington

4,115,000

3,078,128

74.80%

32

2,253,837

73.22%

5

West Virginia

1,417,000

970,745

68.51%

43

636,459

65.56%

25

Wisconsin

3,824,000

2,196,169

Wyoming

356,000

240,711

67.62%

45

211,571

87.89%

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