Why do the elderly vote in higher proportions than the young?

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Why the elderly have a higher turn out than the young during elections: An Analysis Theory and hypothesis Research question: Why do the elderly vote in higher proportions than the young? Older citizens in the United States are much more likely to participate in the civic duty of voting than their younger counterparts and therefore giving them much more clout in politics because the elections are decided by those citizens who queue at the polling station to vote. Background This claim cannot be any further than the truth as in the November 2010 elections it is estimated that about 61 percent of citizens aged 65 years upwards turned out to take part in the electoral process. This compared to other age groups turns out to be the best turn out of any group in the US. Those aged 55 to 64 had 54% turn out while those below 45 turned out to be less likely to vote. Only 37% of those aged 25 to 44 turned out to cast their ballot in the same polls….ORDER NOW
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