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Dsth

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wisc. uses two terms. for voter turnout. one is actual registered voters and the other is voting age adults. the state uses the two terms interchangeably and does not clarify, so their is no way of knowing which numbers they are using.
 

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wisc. uses two terms. for voter turnout. one is actual registered voters and the other is voting age adults. the state uses the two terms interchangeably and does not clarify, so their is no way of knowing which numbers they are using.
Nonsense. "Registered voter" means a person who is registered to vote, even in Wisconsin.
 

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Nonsense. "Registered voter" means a person who is registered to vote, even in Wisconsin.
If you pull up “Presidential General Election Turnout 2012-2016 County and Municipality.xlsx” what you find is that Wisconsin uses estimated voting age population (rather than registered voters) for its turnout denominator. In 2012, there were 3,080,628 votes out of 4,378,741 estimated age appropriate voters, for a 70.35% turnout. 2016 dropped to around 2,965,685 votes, with a higher 4,463,565 estimated age population, for 66.44% turnout.
The “Voter Turnout Partisan-NonPartisan Through August 2020.xlsx” suggests that there are now 4,536,417 estimated age population voters. … Published reports show 1,630,542 votes for Biden, 1,610,007 for Trump, and third party candidates having 38,414, 5,253 and 5,205. That’s a total of 3,289,421. That voter turnout, using the same benchmarks, would be 72.5%.
The updated vote number cited above, 3,297,420, yields a turnout percentage (based on voting-age adults, not registered voters) of 73%. Milwaukee County reports a turnout of 84% of registered voters (Wisconsin confuses matters by going back and forth between turnout numbers using registered voters and using voting age adults). That number, updated this afternoon, presumably includes same-day registrants.

we can disagree back and forth for ever and numbers from every website could be different. All I need to do is look at the vote tally chart to base my opinion.
 

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