Voting statistics for 2014 are available at WashingtonPost.com. Voter turnout for 2014 was the lowest since World War II, when merely 33.9 percent of the eligible voter population participated in the election.Continue Reading
In 2014, states such as Indiana had a dismal 28 percent voter turnout; Maine, however, had the highest number of eligible citizens vote, reaching 59 percent, states the Washington Post. In 1964, voter turnout was almost 49 percent, but that number continually dropped since that time.
The New York Times seconded this data by calling 2014 the worst voter turnout in 72 years, attesting that less than half of the state population voted in 43 states.Learn more about Elections