Check out this new SAVI article! Voter turnout is an important way to measure civic engagement. The more people who vote, the better representation there is of the actual population by those elected to hold office. Voter turnout is typically measured by the number of ballots cast divided by the number of registered voters, or the number of ballots cast divided by the number of voting-eligible citizens. Our recent analysis reveals Voter turnout in Marion County is low relative to Indiana and the U.S.; within Marion County, there is great variation in voter turnout between precincts; and lower voter turnout in Marion County tends to occur in areas that are less affluent, have lower educational attainment, and where there are greater proportions of minority populations. Read now!
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