December 13, 2017

Reference: U.S. Census Releases Graphs on Historical Voting Trends

From a U.S. Census Bureau E-Mail:

The Census Bureau has released 10 graphics that highlight national trends in voting by race, age, education, and other characteristics since 1964. Four graphics address presidential elections, four address congressional elections and two address all national elections. All are based on previously released tabulations from the November Voting and Registration Supplement of the Current Population Survey.

Underlying data also included in .XLS and .CSV formats

Direct to the 10 Graphs/Data

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