Ten Most Politically Engaged States -- and Where Colorado Finishes
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Election day is tomorrow, and if there's anything Republican and Democratic activists can agree upon, it's the importance of voter turnout. And according to the WalletHub website, folks in this fair state are among the most politically engaged in the country. Continue to count down the site's political-engagement top ten, featuring illustrations, WalletHub data in assorted categories (including a comparison with voting by age that shows why senior citizens are such a reliable demographic) and methodology to explain how the numbers were crunched. To see the original post, click here.
Number 10: Oregon
Education ranking: 19
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GDP per capita: 12
Tax-fairness ranking: 2
Percentage of young citizens (18-24) who actually voted in the 2012 Presidential election: 51.1 percent (7)
Percentage of senior citizens (18-24) who actually voted in the 2012 Presidential election: 81.29 percent (6)
Number 9: Montana
Education ranking: 22
GDP per capita: 42
Tax-fairness ranking: 1
Percentage of young citizens (18-24) who actually voted in the 2012 Presidential election: 41.9 percent (23)
Percentage of senior citizens (18-24) who actually voted in the 2012 Presidential election: N/A
Continue to keep counting down the most politically engaged states according to WalletHub.Next Page
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