Why Democracy Won in 2020

In Politics by Newswire.news

While pundits on all sides parse the closely fought 2020 election results, one result is clear: Democracy won. At least 150 million Americans voted. Of America’s voting-age population, 72% cast a ballot-the highest voter turnout since 1900, when President William McKinley defeated the populist orator William Jennings Bryan.
But, since then, voter turnout has steadily declined, dropping below 54% in 2012. In 2016, the United States ranked near the bottom (30th out of 35) of developed countries in voter participation. In 2020, however, the U.S. would be in the top 10.
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