4 million less voters in 2008 than in 2004

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

with all the hoopla surrounding the election. and images of long lines. in 2008, 117 million people voted, 4 million less than who voted in 2004. barack obama has won the presidential election with 62 million to john mccain’s 55 million votes. in 2004, george w. bush won with 62 million and john kerry racked up 59 million votes. so about 4 million people sat this one out.

the final count is 63m to 56m. so 3 million less voters turned out in 2004 than in 2008.


4 comments on “4 million less voters in 2008 than in 2004

  1. gasdocpol says:

    The 2004 election was close 2008 was not close.

  2. thekrays says:

    the turnout was lower. the media created this illusion that it was higher.

  3. imbestigador says:

    ^Hmmm…..FOX News said it is More than 60%…I’m sure they were dis-appointed with Obama’s victory 😆

    Special Report : US Elections Part 2

  4. thekrays says:

    do the math. bush got 62M in 2004. obama got 62M in 2008. kerry got 59M in 2004. mccain got 55M in 2008.

    obviously some obamarobots are mathematically challenged.

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