Voter turnout at 20-year low in 2016 - That was a CNN Politics headline the Saturday after the presidential election. The journalists went on to say, "Voter turnout this year dipped to nearly its lowest point in two decades."
But was voter turnout really down dramatically? Examine the results shown below.
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