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478. Persons Reported Registered and Voted, by State: 1994

[As of November. Covers civilian noninstitutional population 18 years old and over. Includes aliens. Figures are based on Current Population Survey (see text, section 1, and Appendix III) and differ from those in table 458 based on population estimates and official vote counts]

 
1992
Voting- Number Number Percent of voting-age
State FIPS age registered voted population--
CODE population (1,000) (1,000)
(1,000) Registered Voted
 
United States 00000 185,684 126,578 113,866 68.2 61.3
Alabama 01000 3,007 2,317 1,913 77.1 63.6
Alaska 02000 347 260 238 75.1 68.6
Arizona 04000 2,671 1,882 1,728 70.5 64.7
Arkansas 05000 1,745 1,161 1,012 66.5 58.0
California 06000 22,340 12,864 11,789 57.6 52.8
Colorado 08000 2,451 1,831 1,688 74.7 68.8
Connecticut 09000 2,428 1,863 1,740 76.8 71.7
Delaware 10000 519 367 343 70.7 66.1
District of Columbia 11000 398 295 263 73.9 66.1
Florida 12000 10,342 6,486 5,772 62.7 55.8
Georgia 13000 4,723 2,928 2,556 62.0 54.1
Hawaii 15000 813 493 449 60.6 55.2
Idaho 16000 726 521 486 71.8 66.9
Illinois 17000 8,676 6,251 5,650 72.1 65.1
Indiana 18000 4,183 2,846 2,636 68.0 63.0
Iowa 19000 2,100 1,635 1,486 77.9 70.8
Kansas 20000 1,818 1,401 1,306 77.1 71.9
Kentucky 21000 2,724 1,769 1,569 64.9 57.6
Louisiana 22000 2,972 2,290 2,040 77.0 68.6
Maine 23000 938 801 695 85.4 74.1
Maryland 24000 3,605 2,584 2,392 71.7 66.4
Massachusetts 25000 4,501 3,262 2,960 72.5 65.8
Michigan 26000 6,811 5,078 4,486 74.6 65.9
Minnesota 27000 3,237 2,789 2,403 86.1 74.2
Mississippi 28000 1,839 1,458 1,226 79.3 66.7
Missouri 29000 3,803 2,821 2,518 74.2 66.2
Montana 30000 570 440 407 77.3 71.4
Nebraska 31000 1,167 853 771 73.1 66.1
Nevada 32000 955 606 556 63.4 58.1
New Hampshire 33000 853 596 551 69.9 64.6
New Jersey 34000 5,838 3,972 3,572 68.0 61.2
New Mexico 35000 1,079 724 675 67.1 62.6
New York 36000 13,401 8,314 7,613 62.0 56.8
North Carolina 37000 4,976 3,418 2,986 68.7 60.0
North Dakota 38000 444 403 316 90.8 71.1
Ohio 39000 8,060 5,611 5,187 69.6 64.3
Oklahoma 40000 2,295 1,704 1,549 74.3 67.5
Oregon 41000 2,206 1,649 1,525 74.7 69.1
Pennsylvania 42000 9,170 5,967 5,491 65.1 59.9
Rhode Island 44000 757 560 522 74.0 69.0
South Carolina 45000 2,580 1,730 1,496 67.0 58.0
South Dakota 46000 500 401 351 80.1 70.2
Tennessee 47000 3,714 2,413 2,065 65.0 55.6
Texas 48000 12,267 7,956 6,817 64.9 55.6
Utah 49000 1,097 865 793 78.8 72.3
Vermont 50000 443 337 304 76.1 68.6
Virginia 51000 4,585 2,999 2,805 65.4 61.2
Washington 53000 3,699 2,645 2,453 71.5 66.3
West Virginia 54000 1,367 888 784 64.9 57.3
Wisconsin 55000 3,611 3,048 2,720 84.4 75.3
Wyoming 56000 331 225 213 68.1 64.2
 
  1994 1994
   
  Voting- Number Percent of voting-age
State age registered Voted population--
  population (1,000) (1,000)
  (1,000) Registered Voted
 
United States 00000 190,267 118,029 84,953 62.0 44.6
Alabama 01000 3,136 2,212 1,436 70.6 45.8
Alaska 02000 393 282 232 71.7 59.1
Arizona 04000 2,971 1,664 1,235 56.0 41.6
Arkansas 05000 1,801 1,080 749 60.0 41.6
California 06000 22,639 12,268 10,184 54.2 45.0
Colorado 08000 2,703 1,737 1,254 64.3 46.4
Connecticut 09000 2,431 1,663 1,247 68.4 51.3
Delaware 10000 528 310 217 58.7 41.2
District of Columbia 11000 440 294 245 66.9 55.6
Florida 12000 10,582 5,872 4,478 55.5 42.3
Georgia 13000 5,105 2,800 1,806 54.9 35.4
Hawaii 15000 833 429 383 51.5 46.0
Idaho 16000 798 503 405 63.0 50.7
Illinois 17000 8,561 5,396 3,663 63.0 42.8
Indiana 18000 4,191 2,329 1,620 55.6 38.7
Iowa 19000 2,059 1,475 1,080 71.7 52.5
Kansas 20000 1,798 1,174 908 65.3 50.5
Kentucky 21000 2,807 1,753 969 62.5 34.5
Louisiana 22000 3,013 2,126 1,031 70.6 34.2
Maine 23000 909 742 529 81.6 58.2
Maryland 24000 3,726 2,331 1,719 62.6 46.2
Massachusetts 25000 4,532 2,974 2,336 65.6 51.6
Michigan 26000 6,921 5,098 3,615 73.7 52.2
Minnesota 27000 3,296 2,666 1,924 80.9 58.4
Mississippi 28000 1,863 1,353 826 72.6 44.3
Missouri 29000 3,797 2,745 2,070 72.3 54.5
Montana 30000 619 453 376 73.2 60.7
Nebraska 31000 1,156 840 628 72.6 54.3
Nevada 32000 1,081 535 434 49.5 40.1
New Hampshire 33000 832 535 343 64.3 41.2
New Jersey 34000 5,918 3,643 2,386 61.6 40.3
New Mexico 35000 1,175 691 550 58.8 46.8
New York 36000 13,599 7,731 6,072 56.8 44.6
North Carolina 37000 5,211 3,167 1,859 60.8 35.7
North Dakota 38000 441 411 269 93.3 61.1
Ohio 39000 8,152 5,269 3,798 64.6 46.6
Oklahoma 40000 2,325 1,530 1,088 65.8 46.8
Oregon 41000 2,309 1,677 1,407 72.7 60.9
Pennsylvania 42000 9,004 5,302 3,844 58.9 42.7
Rhode Island 44000 729 468 369 64.2 50.6
South Carolina 45000 2,681 1,631 1,213 60.8 45.2
South Dakota 46000 495 373 316 75.4 63.9
Tennessee 47000 3,856 2,455 1,657 63.7 43.0
Texas 48000 13,134 7,640 4,945 58.2 37.6
Utah 49000 1,231 731 542 59.4 44.1
Vermont 50000 432 305 211 70.7 48.8
Virginia 51000 4,760 2,857 2,176 60.0 45.7
Washington 53000 3,924 2,621 1,819 66.8 46.3
West Virginia 54000 1,396 848 473 60.8 33.9
Wisconsin 55000 3,638 2,809 1,805 77.2 49.6
Wyoming 56000 333 230 212 69.0 63.5
 
  1996
   
  Voting- Percent of voting-age
State age Number Number population--
  population registered voted
  (1,000) (1,000) (1,000) Registered Voted
 
United States 00000 193,651 127,661 105,017 65.9 54.2
 
Alabama 01000 3,139 2,318 1,744 73.8 55.6
Alaska 02000 404 305 240 75.5 59.5
Arizona 04000 3,149 1,844 1,489 58.5 47.3
Arkansas 05000 1,843 1,187 949 64.4 51.5
California 06000 22,871 12,827 11,079 56.1 48.4
Colorado 08000 2,859 2,001 1,682 70.0 58.8
Connecticut 09000 2,409 1,685 1,409 69.9 58.5
Delaware 10000 536 343 293 64.0 54.7
District of Columbia 11000 402 293 239 73.0 59.6
Florida 12000 10,886 6,727 5,516 61.8 50.7
Georgia 13000 5,303 3,506 2,632 66.1 49.6
Hawaii 15000 839 463 361 55.1 43.1
Idaho 16000 835 571 502 68.4 60.1
Illinois 17000 8,598 5,819 4,779 67.7 55.6
Indiana 18000 4,238 2,904 2,367 68.5 55.8
Iowa 19000 2,113 1,543 1,291 73.0 61.1
Kansas 20000 1,823 1,257 1,129 68.9 62.0
Kentucky 21000 2,906 2,017 1,535 69.4 52.8
Louisiana 22000 3,098 2,275 1,915 73.4 61.8
Maine 23000 926 755 626 81.5 67.7
Maryland 24000 3,766 2,481 2,048 65.9 54.4
Massachusetts 25000 4,560 3,040 2,569 66.7 56.3
Michigan 26000 7,018 5,052 4,080 72.0 58.1
Minnesota 27000 3,375 2,644 2,259 78.3 66.9
Mississippi 28000 1,942 1,389 1,069 71.6 55.1
Missouri 29000 3,925 2,964 2,397 75.5 61.1
Montana 30000 649 487 437 75.1 67.3
Nebraska 31000 1,181 875 720 74.1 61.0
Nevada 32000 1,176 694 562 59.0 47.8
New Hampshire 33000 862 618 518 71.7 60.1
New Jersey 34000 5,944 3,765 3,251 63.3 54.7
New Mexico 35000 1,213 749 627 61.7 51.7
New York 36000 13,408 8,176 6,830 61.0 50.9
North Carolina 37000 5,364 3,673 2,897 68.5 54.0
North Dakota 38000 456 412 300 90.5 65.8
Ohio 39000 8,192 5,604 4,811 68.4 58.7
Oklahoma 40000 2,356 1,652 1,379 70.1 58.5
Oregon 41000 2,395 1,746 1,462 72.9 61.1
Pennsylvania 42000 8,996 5,902 4,951 65.6 55.0
Rhode Island 44000 725 519 439 71.7 60.6
South Carolina 45000 2,716 1,851 1,479 68.2 54.5
South Dakota 46000 523 391 336 74.8 64.3
Tennessee 47000 4,014 2,647 2,133 65.9 53.1
Texas 48000 13,434 8,316 6,210 61.9 46.2
Utah 49000 1,334 861 707 64.5 53.0
Vermont 50000 434 313 258 72.0 59.5
Virginia 51000 4,955 3,294 2,796 66.5 56.4
Washington 53000 4,059 2,840 2,436 70.0 60.0
West Virginia 54000 1,423 921 715 64.7 50.2
Wisconsin 55000 3,736 2,900 2,330 77.6 62.4
Wyoming 56000 347 247 230 71.2 66.2
 
  1998
   
  Voting- Number Number Percent of voting-age
State age registered voted population--
  population (1,000) (1,000)
  (1,000) Registered Voted
 
United States 00000 198,228 123,104 83,098 62.1 41.9
 
Alabama 01000 3,252 2,398 1,665 73.7 51.2
Alaska 02000 413 299 222 72.3 53.8
Arizona 04000 3,362 1,719 1,135 51.1 33.8
Arkansas 05000 1,855 1,172 786 63.2 42.4
California 06000 23,696 12,356 9,593 52.1 40.5
Colorado 08000 2,954 2,024 1,540 68.5 52.1
Connecticut 09000 2,438 1,625 1,106 66.6 45.4
Delaware 10000 555 339 203 61.1 36.5
District of Columbia 11000 392 256 178 65.1 45.4
Florida 12000 11,275 6,653 4,403 59.0 39.0
Georgia 13000 5,581 3,462 2,090 62.0 37.4
Hawaii 15000 855 463 411 54.1 48.1
Idaho 16000 881 528 396 60.0 45.0
Illinois 17000 8,659 5,530 3,857 63.9 44.5
Indiana 18000 4,377 2,702 1,751 61.7 40.0
Iowa 19000 2,102 1,562 1,084 74.3 51.6
Kansas 20000 1,868 1,191 749 63.8 40.1
Kentucky 21000 2,956 1,921 1,311 65.0 44.4
Louisiana 22000 3,114 2,261 1,193 72.6 38.3
Maine 23000 938 704 450 75.0 47.9
Maryland 24000 3,861 2,331 1,825 60.4 47.3
Massachusetts 25000 4,594 2,947 2,124 64.2 46.2
Michigan 26000 7,227 5,217 3,590 72.2 49.7
Minnesota 27000 3,443 2,787 2,212 80.9 64.2
Mississippi 28000 1,975 1,446 793 73.2 40.2
Missouri 29000 3,967 2,848 1,816 71.8 45.8
Montana 30000 654 472 349 72.3 53.3
Nebraska 31000 1,193 790 540 66.2 45.3
Nevada 32000 1,298 606 429 46.7 33.1
New Hampshire 33000 874 563 357 64.4 40.9
New Jersey 34000 6,059 3,638 2,152 60.1 35.5
New Mexico 35000 1,253 756 604 60.4 48.2
New York 36000 13,440 7,656 5,568 57.0 41.4
North Carolina 37000 5,536 3,468 2,180 62.7 39.4
North Dakota 38000 460 416 262 90.5 57.0
Ohio 39000 8,263 5,266 3,685 63.7 44.6
Oklahoma 40000 2,426 1,556 973 64.1 40.1
Oregon 41000 2,474 1,635 1,163 66.1 47.0
Pennsylvania 42000 8,942 5,452 3,503 61.0 39.2
Rhode Island 44000 726 478 352 65.9 48.5
South Carolina 45000 2,817 1,907 1,328 67.7 47.1
South Dakota 46000 529 364 268 68.7 50.7
Tennessee 47000 4,080 2,607 1,478 63.9 36.2
Texas 48000 14,080 8,301 4,636 59.0 32.9
Utah 49000 1,408 788 562 55.9 39.9
Vermont 50000 444 316 229 71.2 51.6
Virginia 51000 4,969 2,996 1,496 60.3 30.1
Washington 53000 4,179 2,622 1,905 62.8 45.6
West Virginia 54000 1,401 880 503 62.8 35.9
Wisconsin 55000 3,790 2,602 1,905 68.7 50.3
Wyoming 56000 346 227 188 65.6 54.3




Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, P20-466 and unpublished data.



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