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This rate is the number of people who voted in each US midterm election divided by the number of citizens aged 18 or older at the time of the election. Because felons cannot vote in certain states, this voting rate will never reach 100%.
In the 2018 midterm, the midterm voting rate compared to voting-age citizens was 53%, an increase of 12 percentage points from the 2018 midterm.
How many people voted in the 2020 election?