POLL DU JOUR
35 percent of the vote in the 2016 presidential election was cast by baby boomers aged 52 to 71 years; they cast 48.1 million votes.
26 percent of the election votes were cast by Generation X members aged 36-51 years; they cast 35.7 million votes.
25 percent of the 2016 votes was cast by millennials aged 18-35 years; they cast 34 million votes.
14 percent of the votes was cast by the “Greatest Generation,” aged 72 years and up; they cast 19.8 million votes.
Source: A Pew Research Center analysis of the 2016 Current Population Survey November 2016, released Monday.
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