voter: In the last election, the average voter turnout share of voters on the voters' list who cast a ballot was barely over 50 per cent, according to CTV. That's down considerably over the past 40 years when about two-thirds of voters cast a ballot. Who votes It's a question that comes up every election and it's an important one. But aside from highlighting a significant drop in voter turnout, that stat alone doesn't tell us much. But do the numbers bear this out Is this true of all voters or does it vary depending on where they live and what they believe Are there other important differences that can be used to help predict voter behaviour at the ballot box The work we do here at Environics Analytics can help answer those questions. Conventional wisdom suggests older voters are most likely to turn up at the ballot box than younger people. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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