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The size and characteristics of the U.S. voting age population are important as they tell us about the geographic distribution and demographic attributes of the population who are eligible to vote in elections. These data provide the starting point to determine the potential impact of voter mobilization and voter registration initiatives. These data are also useful in assessing the implications of the definition/scope of the population used in the Fourteenth amendment one-person, one vote framework -- requiring voting districts to be drawn on a basis that will insure that equal numbers of voters can vote for proportionally equal numbers of officials.

This section provides access to tools to view/analyze characteristics of the U.S. voting population (ages 18 and older and citizen). These data are based on the American Community Survey 2009-13 5 year (ACS 2013) Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) special tabulation.

This section knits together with these related sections:
  • 2016 Presidential Election -- Voting & Citizen Voting Age Population
  • Congressional Districts
  • State Legislative Districts 2013
  • State Legislative Districts 2014
  Citizens & Citizen Voting Age Population
  • Block Groups; ACS 2010-14 special tabulation
  • Citizen Voting Age Population Demographics - tract & block group
  • Census Tracts; ACS 2009-13 special tabulation - Hispanic focus
  • Tracts & Congressional Districts; ACS 2009-13 special tabulation
  Voting Population & Voting Districts
  • CVAP & Voter Demographics - characteristics of 2014 election voters
  • Voting District Geography & Demographics - relating election precincts to CDs
  • America's Communities
  • Voter Mobilization Resources & Methods

Use the ranking table shown below to view/analyze the citizen voting age population for the U.S., states and counties iterated by several population groups (see list below). See related section that provides an interactive table to view/analyze the citizen voting age population by census tract. Use of GIS tools and applications are also described in that section and how these resources can be used to analyze census tract CVAP patterns in context of congressional districts, state legislative districts and other geography.

Citizen Voting Age Population -- Interactive Ranking Table
  See ranking table usage notes below ranking table.
  Click ShowAll button between Find/Queries.
  See related demographic-economic interactive tables.


Using the Ranking Table
  • Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
  • Click ShowAll button to show all tabulation areas and restore full set of data view.
  • Click State to select on geographies in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
  • Click GeoType to select a type of geography (click ShowAll between selections).

Viewing Geographic and Population Subsets
An as example, to view Texas population by county who are Hispanic, proceed as follows:
  • Click ShowAll button to show all tabulation areas and restore full set of data view.
  • Click State and select TX Texas.
  • Click GeoType and select 050 County geography.
  • Click PopType and select 13 Hispanic population.

The table now shows only rows that meet this criteria.
Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.

Population Groups
The code at left is a population group sequence number. "NH" is an abbreviation for Non-Hispanic. Population groups 03 through 12 are non-Hispanic population race groups. Hispanic population may be of any race.
  01 Total
  02 Not Hispanic or Latino
  03 NH American Indian or Alaska Native Alone
  04 NH Asian Alone
  05 NH Black or African American Alone
  06 NH Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Alone
  07 NH White Alone
  08 NH American Indian or Alaska Native and White
  09 NH Asian and White
  10 NH Black or African American and White
  11 NH American Indian or Alaska Native and Black or African Americ
  12 NM Remainder of Two or More Race Responses
  13 Hispanic or Latino

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