VOTER REGISTRATION/ELECTION TURNOUT BY STATE

Nov. 3, 1998 General Election

 
 

State

Voting Age
Population

Registered
Voters

%VAP
Registered

RANK

Election
Turnout

% REG
Turnout

RANK

Alabama

3,293,000

2,316,598

70.35%

 34

1,317,842

56.89%

12

Alaska

437,000

456,914

104.56%

1

221,807

48.54%

30

Arizona

3,547,000

2,265,879

68.88%

37

1,013,280

44.72%

38

Arkansas

1,882,000

1,412,617

75.06%

 22

700,644

49.60%

26

California

23,665,000

14,983,950

63.32%

 49

8,314,953

55.49%

16

Colorado

2,961,000

2,099,364

70.90%

32 

1,327,235

63.22%

5

Connecticut

2,464,000

1,806,750

73.32%

26

964,457

53.38%

20

Delaware

568,000

445,067

78.36%

16

180,527

40.56%

43

District of Columbia

414,000

353,503

85.39%

7

139,825

39.55%

44

Florida

11,383,000

7,494,005

65.84%

46

3,900,162

52.04%

24

Georgia

5,678,000

3,910,740

68.88%

38

1,753,911

44.85%

37

Hawaii

878,000

601,404

68.50%

 40

398,124

66.20%

4

Idaho

888,000

661,433

74.48%

 23

378,174

57.17%

11

Illinois

8,755,000

6,493,881

74.18%

25

3,394,521

52.27%

22

Indiana

4,410,000

3,377,956

76.60%

17

1,588,617

47.03%

34

Iowa

2,157,000

1,763,827

81.77%

11

947,907

53.74%

19

Kansas

1,925,000

1,403,682

72.92%

29

727,245

51.81%

25

Kentucky

2,990,000

2,512,318

84.02%

9

1,145,414

45.59%

36

Louisiana

3,149,000

2,511,141

79.74%

13

969,165

38.59%

46

Maine

957,000

882,329

92.20%

 3

421,009

47.72%

32

Maryland

3,824,000

2,569,316

67.19%

44

1,507,447

58.67%

8

Massachusetts

4,731,000

3,378,165

71.40%

31

1,935,277

57.29%

10

Michigan

7,266,000

6,838,858

94.12%

2

3,027,104

44.26%

39

Minnesota

3,483,000

2,667,692

76.59%

18

2,091,766

78.41%

1

Mississippi

2,014,000

1,729,200

85.86%

 5

517,212

29.91%

49

Missouri

4,042,000

3,240,657

80.17%

12

1,576,857

48.66%

28

Montana

658,000

494,763

75.19%

21

338,733

68.46%

3

Nebraska

1,231,000

981,160

79.70%

14

545,238

55.57%

15

Nevada

1,314,000

904,050

68.80%

39

435,790

48.20%

31

New Hampshire

890,000

763,845

85.82%

6

314,956

41.23%

42

New Jersey

6,075,000

4,126,782

67.93%

 41

1,815,489

43.99%

40

New Mexico

1,250,000

821,006

65.68%

47

498,703

60.74%

6

New York

13,590,000

9,553,665

70.30%

35

4,989,877

52.23%

23

North Carolina

5,685,000

4,349,290

76.50%

19

2,012,143

46.26%

35

North Dakota

476,000

     

213,358

   

Ohio

8,401,000

6,058,808

72.12%

 30

3,404,351

56.19%

14

Oklahoma

2,463,000

1,737,229

70.53%

 33

859,713

49.49%

27

Oregon

2,484,000

1,965,981

79.14%

15 

1,117,747

56.85%

13

Pennsylvania

9,118,000

6,966,461

76.40%

20

2,957,499

42.45%

41

Rhode Island

751,000

629,786

83.86%

10

306,383

48.65%

29

South Carolina

2,886,000

2,021,763

70.05%

36

1,068,367

52.84%

21

South Dakota

538,000

452,785

84.16.%

8

262,111

57.89%

9

Tennessee

4,120,000

3,057,008

74.20%

 24

976,236

31.93%

48

Texas

14,299,000

9,582,505

67.02%

 45

3,738,078

39.01%

45

Utah

1,432,000

1,045,071

72.98%

28

494,909

47.36%

33

Vermont

448,000

389,191

86.87%

4

214,036

55.00%

18

Virginia

5,165,000

3,470,660

67.20%

 43

1,917,261

55.24%

17

Washington

4,257,000

3,119,562

73.28%

 27

1,888,561

60.54%

7

West Virginia

1,406,000

951,581

67.68%

 42

351,277

36.92%

47

Wisconsin

3,877,000

     

1,760,836

   

Wyoming

354,000

230,360

65.07%

 48

174,888

75.92%

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