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Average Turnout For Open House

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Ellen Grant
• Tuesday, 11 May, 2021
• 7 min read

What's a good turnout for an open house over the presidents weekend? The table below presents national voter turnout rates for each federal election year from 2002 to 2018.

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Voter turnout in the United States, 2018 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabama47.30%47.20% Alaska54.60%54.30% Arizona49.10%48.60% Arkansas41.40%41.00% California49.60%48.60% Colorado63.00%61.50% Connecticut54.40%53.80% Delaware51.40%51.00% District of Columbia43.70%42.50% Florida54.90%54.30% Georgia55.00%54.90% Hawaii39.30%38.50% Idaho50.00%49.40% Illinois51.40%50.70% Indiana46.90%46.40% Iowa57.70%57.40% Kansas51.20%50.90% Kentucky48.60%47.30% Louisiana44.80%43.00% Maine60.20%59.10% Maryland54.20%53.50% Massachusetts54.60%53.70% Michigan57.80%56.60% Minnesota64.20%63.90% Mississippi42.70%42.50% Missouri53.40%53.40% Montana62.00%61.40% Nebraska51.80%51.20% Nevada47.50%47.40% New Hampshire54.60%54.00% New Jersey53.10%51.80% New Mexico47.30%47.00% New York45.20%44.30% North Carolina49.60%48.70% North Dakota58.60%57.80% Ohio50.90%50.10% Oklahoma42.50%42.40% Oregon61.50%60.00% Pennsylvania51.40%51.40% Rhode Island48.10%47.50% South Carolina45.20%44.70% South Dakota53.30%53.00% Tennessee45.10%44.60% Texas46.30%46.30% Utah52.00%52.10% Vermont55.90%55.10% Virginia54.80%54.60% Washington58.90%58.10% West Virginia42.50%41.70% Wisconsin61.70%61.60% Wyoming48.70%48.20% United States50.30%49.70%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year. Source: United States Elections Project, “2018 November General Election Turnout Rates,” accessed February 25, 2019, Voter turnout in the United States, 2016 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabama59.30%59.00% Alaska61.80%61.30% Arizona56.20%55.00% Arkansas53.10%52.80% California58.40%56.70% Colorado72.10%70.10% Connecticut65.40%64.20% Delaware64.60%64.40% District of Columbia61.10%60.90% Florida65.70%64.60% Georgia59.90%59.20% Hawaii43.00%42.20% Idaho60.90%59.10% Illinois63.40%61.90% Indiana57.90%56.40% Iowa69.00%68.40% Kansas59.70%57.70% Kentucky59.70%58.70% Louisiana60.60%60.00% Maine72.80%70.50% Maryland67.20%66.60% Massachusetts68.30%67.20% Michigan65.70%64.70% Minnesota74.80%74.20% Mississippi/A55.60% Missouri62.30%62.30% Montana64.30%61.80% Nebraska63.80%62.50% Nevada57.30%57.30% New Hampshire72.50%71.40% New Jersey65.50%64.10% New Mexico55.20%54.80% New York57.30%56.80% North Carolina65.20%64.80% North Dakota61.90%60.90% Ohio64.20%62.90% Oklahoman/A52.40% Oregon68.30%66.40% Pennsylvanian/A63.60% Rhode Island59.70%59.00% South Carolina57.30%56.70% South Dakota59.90%58.50% Tennessee/A51.20% Texas51.60%51.60% Utah57.70%56.70% Vermont64.80%63.70% Virginian/A66.10% Washington65.70%64.80% West Virginian/A50.10% Wisconsin/A69.40% Wyoming60.40%59.70% United States60.20%59.30%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year.

Source: United States Elections Project, “2016 November General Election Turnout Rates,” accessed October 5, 2017, Voter turnout in the United States, 2014 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabama33.2%32.9% Alaska54.8%54.2% Arizona34.1%33.4% Arkansas40.3%40.1% California30.7%29.9% Colorado54.7%53.7% Connecticut42.5%42.3% Delaware34.9%34.3% District of Columbia35.7%35.3% Florida43.3%42.8% Georgia38.6%38.2% Hawaii36.5%36.2% Idaho39.8%39.3% Illinois40.8%40.2% Indiana28.7%27.8% Iowa50.3%49.8% Kansas43.3%42.5% Kentucky44.9%44.2% Louisiana44.9%43.9% Maine58.7%58.1% Maryland42.0%41.7% Massachusetts44.7%44.1% Michigan43.2%42.7% Minnesota50.6%50.4% Mississippi/A29.0% Missouri33.6%31.7% Montana47.5%46.9% Nebraska41.4%40.5% Nevada29.6%29.3% New Hampshire48.3%47.6% New Jersey32.5%31.1% New Mexico/A35.4% New York29.0%28.2% North Carolina41.2%40.8% North Dakota45.0%43.8% Ohio36.2%35.1% Oklahoma30.0%29.9% Oregon53.4%50.9% Pennsylvania36.5%36.1% Rhode Island42.4%41.7% South Carolina35.2%34.8% South Dakota44.7%44.3% Tennessee29.8%28.6% Texas/A28.3% Utah30.3%29.7% Vermont40.8%38.9% Virginia36.8%36.6% Washington43.1%41.2% West Virginia32.0%31.2% Wisconsin56.9%56.6% Wyoming39.7%39.0% United States36.7%36.0%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year. Source: United States Elections Project, “2014 November General Election Turnout Rates,” accessed October 5, 2017, Voter turnout in the United States, 2012 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabaman/A58.60% Alaska58.90%58.70% Arizona53.00%52.60% Arkansas51.10%50.70% California55.70%55.10% Colorado70.60%69.90% Connecticut61.40%61.30% Delaware/A62.30% District of Columbia61.60%61.50% Florida63.30%62.80% Georgia59.30%59.00% Hawaii44.50%44.20% Idaho61.00%59.80% Illinois59.30%58.90% Indiana56.00%55.20% Iowa70.60%70.30% Kansas58.20%56.90% Kentucky56.20%55.70% Louisiana60.80%60.20% Maine69.30%68.20% Maryland67.30%66.60% Massachusetts66.20%65.90% Michigan65.40%64.70% Minnesota76.40%76.00% Mississippi/A59.30% Missouri/A62.20% Montana63.50%62.50% Nebraska61.10%60.30% Nevada56.50%56.40% New Hampshire70.90%70.20% New Jersey62.20%61.50% New Mexico54.80%54.60% New York53.50%53.10% North Carolina65.40%64.80% North Dakota60.40%59.80% Ohio65.10%64.50% Oklahoman/A49.20% Oregon64.20%63.10% Pennsylvanian/A59.50% Rhode Island/A58.00% South Carolina56.80%56.30% South Dakota60.10%59.30% Tennessee52.30%51.90% Texas/A49.60% Utah56.10%55.50% Vermont61.20%60.70% Virginia66.60%66.10% Washington65.80%64.80% West Virginian/A46.30% Wisconsin65.80%72.90% Wyoming59.00%58.60% United States58.60%58.00%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year.

Source: United States Elections Project, “2012 November General Election Turnout Rates,” accessed October 5, 2017, Voter turnout in the United States, 2010 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabama43.3%43.0% Alaska52.9%51.9% Arizona41.6%41.0% Arkansas37.9%37.5% California45.9%44.0% Colorado51.7%50.6% Connecticut45.9%45.9% Delaware49.0%47.5% District of Columbia29.6%28.9% Florida42.2%41.7% Georgia40.6%39.8% Hawaii40.3%39.9% Idaho42.9%42.3% Illinois43.1%42.4% Indiana38.1%37.1% Iowa50.7%49.9% Kansas42.6%41.7% Kentucky44.3%42.4% Louisiana40.0%38.9% Maine55.9%55.2% Maryland46.7%46.4% Massachusetts49.4%48.9% Michigan45.1%44.5% Minnesota55.8%55.4% Mississippi/A37.0% Missouri45.7%44.5% Montana48.4%47.5% Nebraska38.7%37.5% Nevada41.4%41.3% New Hampshire46.1%45.7% New Jersey37.7%36.4% New Mexico44.7%42.8% New York36.3%35.5% North Carolina39.8%39.2% North Dakota46.6%46.2% Ohio46.2%44.9% Oklahoma39.1%38.8% Oregon53.9%52.7% Pennsylvania42.4%41.7% Rhode Island45.4%44.8% South Carolina40.3%39.7% South Dakota53.9%52.9% Tennessee35.1%34.6% Texas32.7%32.1% Utah36.8%36.3% Vermont49.8%49.4% Virginia39.1%38.7% Washington54.3%53.2% West Virginia37.2%36.8% Wisconsin52.4%52.0% Wyoming46.0%45.5% United States41.8%41.0%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year. Source: United States Elections Project, “2010 November General Election Turnout Rates,” accessed October 5, 2017, Voter turnout in the United States, 2008 State Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast Turnout as a percentage of total ballots cast for highest office Alabama61.0%60.8% Alaska68.3%68.0% Arizona57.4%56.7% Arkansas52.9%52.5% California61.7%60.9% Colorado71.6%71.0% Connecticut/A66.6% Delaware65.8%65.6% District of Columbia61.7%61.5% Florida66.6%66.1% Georgia62.7%62.5% Hawaii49.0%48.8% Idaho64.8%63.6% Illinois64.3%63.6% Indiana60.3%59.1% Iowa69.7%69.4% Kansas63.5%62.0% Kentucky59.0%57.9% Louisiana61.8%61.2% Maine71.8%70.6% Maryland67.8%67.0% Massachusetts67.3%66.8% Michigan69.7%69.2% Minnesota78.1%77.8% Mississippi/A61.0% Missouri68.2%67.6% Montana67.1%66.3% Nebraska63.7%62.9% Nevada57.2%57.0% New Hampshire72.5%71.7% New Jersey67.7%67.0% New Mexico61.2%60.9% New York59.6%59.0% North Carolina66.1%65.5% North Dakota63.6%62.7% Ohio67.8%66.9% Oklahoma56.3%55.8% Oregon68.3%67.7% Pennsylvania64.2%63.6% Rhode Island62.3%61.8% South Carolina58.2%58.0% South Dakota65.6%64.7% Tennessee57.4%57.0% Texas/A54.1% Utah57.1%56.0% Vermont67.7%67.3% Virginia67.6%67.0% Washington67.3%66.6% West Virginia51.2%49.9% Wisconsin72.7%72.4% Wyoming63.1%62.8% United States62.2%61.6%N/A : Information was unavailable for this state in this year.

August 24, 2007, University of Adelaide, “Low Voter Turnout in the United States: Is Compulsory Voting a Viable Solution?” The link below is to the most recent stories in a Google News search for the terms Voter turnout United States.

Candy, we have had our home on the market now with a top-name agent (according to the “Best” lists, not someone I have seen on your blog) who has held a few open houses. I wonder if other sellers think about this, too, and hope you can tell me what we should expect in terms of a good turn out that is indicative that our agent is working hard for us.

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It depends on your location, obviously, the further out one lives the fewer lookers you will have in the boonies, say. Update, 3:21 p.m: agents are calling to tell me I must distinguish between an EVENT for a home, with food, music, booze and maybe some kind of gift, and a regular Joe weekend open house.

Depends on high rise or single family prop, too. Candy has written for Joel Kotlin’s The New Geography, Unman Real Estate News, plus a host of national sites.

Constantly breaking celebrity real estate news, she scooped former president George W. Bush's Dallas home in 2008. She is the founder and publisher of her signature CandysDirt.com, and SecondShelters.com, devoted to the vacation home market.

Her verticals have won many awards, including Best Blog by the venerable National Association of Real Estate Editors, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious journalism associations. Candy holds an active Texas real estate license but does not sell.

She is on the Board of Directors of Brae mar Hotels & Resorts (BHR). Prairie High School staff, administrators, students and representatives from ON Architects were on hand to answer questions about the new additions and renovated areas as you people toured the facilities.

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But the recent rise in turnout for college graduate whites along with Hispanics and Asian Americans helped to engineer this shift. Not only was the 2018 voter population more educated and racially diverse than those of earlier midterms, it was also younger (download Table B).

The Greatest gains from 2014 to 2018 occurred in the states of Missouri, Vermont, New Jersey, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Virginia, and California as well as in the District of Columbia. In Pennsylvania, Democrats did well in the 2018 election, capturing three House seats and re-electing their gubernatorial and Senate candidates.

In Georgia, Democrats picked up a House seat and their gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, lost a closely contested election to Republican Brian Kemp. These trends are important because the strong Democratic vote among blacks in both states made each competitive.

Different dynamics occur in two southern states, Florida and Texas, each with substantial black and Hispanic populations (see Figure 5B). Notably, some bigger declines in white noncollege voter shares occurred in northern battlegrounds: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa.

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