November 1992
U.S. News & World Report;11/2/92, Vol. 113 Issue 17, p8
Presents figures on presidential elections. Among others, registered voters, 1988: 126 million, expected to increase two percent this year; Ninety-one million tuned in to the final presidential debate last week; In 1988 the percentage of voting-age population who voted was 50.2 percent (the lowest since 1924); Average turnout in Japan is 68 percent, in Britain, 74 percent, in Israel, 79 percent.


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