Number of Registered Voters in the U.S.


How many registered voters are there in the U.S.?


There are currently 146,311,000 registered voters in the United States. This is based on U.S. Census Bureau data from the November 2008 Presidential Elections. California has the most number of registered voters at almost 14.9 million, while Wyoming has the least number with 270,000.

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7 Responses

  1. Ken Marshall

    November 10, 2012 10:36 pm

    I would like to know the number of US voters per each US district in the House of Representatives?

    Ken Marshall

  2. Shawn Hussey

    February 2, 2014 11:02 pm

    The United States can do a lot better in registering our citizens to vote. Voter registration should be encouraged in our high schools and universities. Voter participation is imperative in maintaining a healthy democratic republic.

  3. Tom from Grass Valley, California

    November 8, 2016 5:55 pm

    California has 2,709,090 registered voters per elector in the electoral college. Wyoming has 90,000 registered voters per elector. The Constitution was a compromise because it allowed less populous states to have a minimum of 3 electors (2 senators and at least 1 member of the House of Representatives). To make the ratios the same for the 2 states, California would need 1,655 electors to the electoral college. Trump is correct when he said that the election is rigged – it is rigged in favor of less-populated rural states which tend to vote Republican – all due to the Constitution. This is another reason why our governing document needs to be updated.


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