The 7th edition of the biennial report series "America Goes to the Polls!" was
created in collaboration between nonprofit Vote.org and the U.S. Elections Project. This research report digs deep into data supplied by all 50 states, to not only rank them by their official voter turnout numbers, but also to examine how policies like Same Day Registration and Vote at Home, which many states expanded in light of the pandemic, made an impact on the U.S. electorate. Some of the highlights of the report were:
1.Every state increased their turnout over 2016.
2.First time in recent history that 20 states had voter turnout over 70%.
3.Minnesota led the way with 80% voter turnout.
4.Illinois was in 28 place with 67% voter turnout.