How Many People Voted on Election Day?

While elections in the US often draw attention, the presidential elections, which are national, are the ones that get the most attention both locally and internationally. In the last presidential elections of 2008, 132,618,580 people voted and this represented 56.8% of persons who were of the voting age. On the other hand, in 2004 there were 122,294,978 voters who turned out and these represented 55.3% of the voting age. Look here for more information: