In the latest report, Representational Bias in the 2014 Electorate, Project Vote Research Director LaShonda Brenson, Ph.D., analyzes Census Bureau data to identify who was eligible to vote, who was registered to vote, and who really did vote, in the 2014 midterm election. By comparing rates across several election cycles, it identifies trends in registration and voter turnout according to race, ethnicity, income, age, gender, and a number of other demographic categories, in order to determine where the gaps in representation still exist.
Title: Representational Bias in the 2014 Electorate
Publication date 2016-08-01
Publication Year 2016
North America / United States
, turnout rates
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