There are some notable disparities between the share of Americans considered reliable voters and the actual demographic makeup of the country.
The people most likely to turn up at the polls every election are generally older, richer, whiter and a tiny bit more female than the population on the whole. But a new analysis from the personal financial services website WalletHub reveals that the electorate in some states comes much closer than others to reflecting the gender, racial and age makeups of the places where they live.
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