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question #1 Of the following, turnout among young voters is likely to be highest among black educated females low-income male college students young white, non-Hispanic males non-college factory workers
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anonymous
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question #2 Source: Authors' tabulations from the Current Population Survey, November (Voting) Supplement, 2000-2006. Which of the following describes when a person is most likely to vote? voter is under age 29 and it is a presidential election voter is under age 29 and it is a midterm election voter is over age 60 and it is a presidential election voter is over age 60 and it is a midterm election
anonymous
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Voter Turnout Among Citizens, by Age Group Voter Turnout Presidential Elections Midterm Elections 2000 2004 % Point Increase (2000 to 2004) 2002 2006 % Point Increase (2002 to 2006) Ages 18-29 40% 49% 9% points 22% 25% 3% points Ages 30-44 59% 62% 4% points 42% 43% 1% point Ages 45-59 67% 70%; 3% points 55% 56% 1% point Ages 60-74 72% 73% 1% point 64% 64% 1% point Ages 75+ 67% 69% 2% points 60% 61% 1 % point
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