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June Election: By The Numbers

23,428,023
The number of people in California who are eligible to vote.

16,897,383
The number of people in California who actually registered to vote.

72
The registration percentage in California.

44.6
The percentage of Democratic voters.

30.8
The percentage of Republican voters.

60.8
The voter registration percentage in 2006, the lowest level for any election in 16 years.

20.1
The percentage of the registered voters who decline to state their party preference, the highest level of  Decline to State (DTS) voters prior to any primary.

29.48
The percentage of DTS voters in San Francisco, the highest percentage of any county in California.

21.53
 The percentage of DTS voters in Marin County, 10th on the Top 10 list.

57.58
The percentage of registered Democrats in Alameda County, the highest of any county in California.

50.14
The percentage of registered Republicans in Modoc, the highest county GOP registration in the state.

4.02
The percentage of Green Party registrants in Mendocino County, the highest level in the state.

4.81
The registration percentage of the American Independent Party in Lassen County, highest in the state.


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