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Skipping the Booth: Voters Using Alternative Methods are Increasing

Written By: Thom File, sociologist, Education and Social Stratification Statistics Branch Nationally in 2014, 10.3 percent of voters reported voting in person before Election Day, while 20.9 percent reported voting by mail, meaning that in the most recent congressional election, … Continue reading

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Blacks and Hispanics made up a growing proportion of voters in 2010 elections

Written by: Tiffany Julian, Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division The 2008 presidential election saw the largest level of voting turnout among black citizens since the Census Bureau began consistently measuring citizenship status in 1996. A similar peak was also … Continue reading

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