About 150 million. There are 207,643,594 eligible voters in the U.S. The census bureau estimates as of July have the US total population at 303,824,640. As of the 2006 general election the Voting Age Population (all adults) was 225,964,346 whereas the Voter Eligible Population (adults - ineligible people like felons or non-citizens) was 207,643,594.
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About two thousand less than voted in the last election. LOL just kidding.
I thought it would be easy to find t his out. Just Google how many registered voters in the US. Easy right. Nope.
Google did it’s own thing. I kept asking in different ways and it gave me the information it wanted me to have. So I went elsewhere.
This time I found it easier to find information although most of it was registered voters by party.
So in the end I found 132,289,674 registered voters by adding Republicans, Democrats, and independent voters from 2018. I’m sure there are more now but that’s as accurate as I could find.
What is going on with google? You ask simple questions and get answers that don’t answer your search.
I tried to find articles on google from July of 2020 on what Trump and Biden said and couldn’t find anything in 10 pages that were older than November now matter how I phrased it. I get it is “thinking” for me as to what I want but I think I can think for myself and I should from just saying July 2020 Biden on vaccine and get what he said in July or the same from Trump.
the individual states
There are an estimated 47% registered democrat voters in the United States. There are an estimated 42% of registered voters in the United States that lean towards republican.
The total population of eligible voters in the United States is estimated at 210,800,000. Of those, 137,263,000 Americans said they were registered to vote in the last United States Census count. Only 95,987,000 said they actually voted.
131.3 million ballots or 61%
there are more than 250,000 registered voters (in all 50 states)
5 million 5 million
The answer will depend on which country's electorate the question is about.
Voters must be eligible and registered.
According to information obtained from November 2013 elections there are 5.2 million registered voters in the state of Virginia. Of these voters 308,000 were registered to vote in other states as well.
Yes- all registered voters in the US can vote for a congressman to represent his district in the House.
According to Maryland's State Board of Elections, there are 3,167,846 "Eligible Active Voters on the Precinct Register" for the Primary Elections as of 8/29/2010.1,944,620 are registered as Democrats915,506 are registered as Republicans
In the United States of America by the voters in the United States.
The state of California is a part of the United States of America. It is not independent from the US. It does however have a large amounts of voters who are registered at independent.
According to the United States Census Bureau's 2014 report, there are approximately 146,311,000 registered voters out of a potential 218,959,000 eligible to vote. This amounts to a percentage of ~66.82%.Note that the Census Bureau releases statsitics reports on voter data every two years. The 2016 report will not be released until November of that year (to coincide with November elections).
When calculating voter turnout, you would use the number of actual votes that were cast divided by the number of eligible voters. In most cases, eligible voters only includes people who have registered to vote.
the registered voters of the 50 states and the District of Columbia
The population of eligible voters is often refered to as the electorate.
in 2004 there were about 2,049,000 registered voters in Oregon
No. The number of eligible voters is that number of people that are registered to vote and are not prohibited from doing so for some reason. It would be a unique event if all eligible voters actually did vote. In most elections, even national ones, it is considered a good turnout if 50% of the eligible people actually turn out to vote. Local elections can have an even smaller turn out.
Florida ~11,000,000 registered voters California ~27,000,000 registered voters
As of Oct. 12, Washington has 3,575,498 registered voters.
There are 17.3 million registered voters in the state of california.
There are 183,301 registered Republican voters in Delaware.