People Aged 18 to 43 made up 26.48% of the ElectorateCompare that to Registered Voters:
People Aged 44 and up made of 74.52% of the Electorate
People Aged 18 to 43 made up 52.98% of Registered VotersTurnout rates grew by decade backwards to the 1930's with around 58% turnout for those born during the depression. People born in the 1950's, the Baby Boomers, made up 25% of the electorate, even though they make up only about 15% of registered voters.
People Aged 44 and up made of 47.02% of the Registered Voters
Irony: Far more people who were alive when Cincinnati was still paying off the Subway voted, than those not born after. Their ignorance is largely responsible for allowing Cranley and his Cabal damage our City. I thought wisdom was supposed to come with age?