Missing Voters Project Reports

National Reports

Missing Voters Project: United States 2018  Released January 2020

Visit the MVP Fact Sheet Page for 1-page fact sheets drawn from the full report.

Reports for States

There were sufficient data for these states with large populations to examine voting participation in detail by labor force status, age, race and ethnicity, and education.

Missing Voters Project: California and Hawaii 2018

Missing Voters Project: Florida 2018

Missing Voters Project: Georgia 2018

Missing Voters Project: Illinois 2018

Missing Voters Project: Indiana 2018

Missing Voters Project: Michigan 2018

Missing Voters Project: New Jersey 2018

Missing Voters Project: New York 2018

Missing Voters Project: North Carolina 2018

Missing Voters Project: Ohio 2018

Missing Voters Project: Pennsylvania 2018

Missing Voters Project: Tennessee 2018

Missing Voters Project: Texas and Oklahoma 2018

Missing Voters Project: Virginia 2018

Reports for Multi-State Regions

We grouped smaller population states into regions, so that we could report reasons for not voting by missing voters by labor force status, age, race and ethnicity, and education.

Missing Voters Project: Deep South States 2018

Includes: Alabama, Arkansas, Lousisana, Mississippi, South Carolina

 

Missing Voters Project: Mid-Atlantic States 2018

Includes: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland

Missing Voters Project: Midwest States 2018

Includes: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsins

Missing Voters Project: Mountain States 2018

Includes: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming

Missing Voters Project: New England States 2018

Includes: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Missing Voters Project: Pacific Northwest States 2018

Includes: Alaska, Oregon, Washington

Missing Voters Project: Central Appalachia States 2018

Includes: Kentucky, West Virginia

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