The above infographic presents demographics of voters during 2008 presidential election. here were 131 million voting-age Americans. While 65.7% of women voter turned up for polling, 61.5% of men voters casted their voters.
Among different races, while 66.1% of white turned out, 64.7% of blacks, who were followed by 49.9% of Hispanics and 47.6% of Asians casted votes.
The percentage of participation is varied based upon age, education, income, including marital status. While older people aged 45 above were appeared to be actively turned out, adults aged 18-24 were seemed to be disinterested in voting.
91.8% of Rich people whose income $100,000 and more participated in the voting. 81.2% of bachelor degree holders turned out to the process.