12% of voters encountered at least one problem in 2016.

June 27, 2019

"If we combine the experiences of all voters, regardless of the modes in which they voted, then we estimate that 12% of voters encountered at least one problem in 2016—compared to 7.7% in 2014, 15% in 2012, and 11% in 2008. In an electorate of 138.9 million voters, that means that approximately 16 million voters encountered a problem voting, compared to 19 million in 2012.”

 

Source: http://www.legendsvote.org/wp-content/uploads/MIT-Charles-Stewart-Voter-Turnout-Study-2016.pdf

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