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How many registered voters in the 2008 Presidential election?

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2010-06-20 04:14:52
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169 million registered - 86 million democrat - 55 million republican - 28 million others registered.

what percentage of these actually voted in 2008 presidential election?

During the 2008 presidential election, there were 132,645,504 total voters out of an eligible voting age population of 212,702,354, which gives you a 62.4% participation rate.

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