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Voter Turnout

Description: 

Arizona’s Secretary of State oversees the state’s elections and is the source of the official “canvass” for each election. Historically, voter turnout has been higher in presidential election years. Voter turnout can also be affected by local races and ballot propositions.

Data Source: 

Arizona Secretary of State and the United States Election Project at George Mason University.
http://www.azsos.gov/election/PreviousYears.htm

Data Quality Comments: 

The “voting age population” includes all those over 18. The “voting-eligible population” counts those truly able to register and vote, excluding non-citizens, non-residents, felons (depending on state law), and mentally incapacitated persons.Arizona Secretary of State

iconTurnout of Voting Population

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Visualization Notes:

These graphs show that during presidential election years, turnout of both the voting age population and voting eligible population has been steadily increasing since 2000.

iconTurnout of Registered Voters in Arizona

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Visualization Notes:

This graph shows that during presidential election years, turnout of registered voters in Arizona has increased steadily since 2000.

Data Source

Arizona Secretary of State and the United States Election Project at George Mason University.
http://www.azsos.gov/election/PreviousYears.htm