Colorado ranked fourth among voter turnout according to a report by the United States Election Project.

Per statistics from Go Vote Colorado, Colorado voted for President-Elect Joe Biden at 55.2 percent with President Donald Trump receiving 42.08 percent of the Colorado vote.

Colorado had a record voter turnout, with 77.1 percent of Coloradans participating in the democratic process. An estimated 3,225,000 Coloradans voted in the 2020 election in a state with a population of about 5.759 million, as of 2019.

Here's the top ten states for voter turnout: According to Statista and United States Elections Project

  • 1. Minnesota, 79.2%
  • 2. Main, 79.2 %
  • 3. Iowa, 78.6%
  • 4. Colorado, 77.1%
  • 5. Wisconsin, 75.4%
  • 6. New Hampshire, 75.4%
  • 7. Washington, 75.4%
  • 8. Oregon, 75.1%
  • 9. North Carolina, 74.1%
  • 10. Vermont, 74%
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