Facts and Data
The population of the United States (US) is 331 Million people.
The number of voting age residents in the US is 257 Million people (74M under 18). This is a projection of US Census data from 2019, assuming a constant percentage of residents over age 18 of 77.7%, and using the above total population of the US as the 331 Million people from the US Census Bureau website. This should be a conservative estimate, because the US population is “aging” (average age is increasing over time).
The number of votes cast for President Donald Trump was 74 Million.
The number of votes cast for President-elect Joe Biden was 81 Million.
That is a total of 155 Million votes out of a possible 257 Million people who are voter-aged residents of the United States. This means that about 100 Million potential voters in the US did not vote in the 2020 Presidential election. Where is the voter fraud?
Other websites have stated that the total number of votes cast was 160 Million (including votes for independent candidates or those who did not vote for President) out of 241 Million “eligible” voters, or 66% of the voters. Nearly 80 Million “eligible” people didn’t vote in the 2020 election. Note: not everyone over the age of 18 is eligible to vote, the most well-known category of which is convicted felons.
There was NO steal.
There was NO fraud.
It’s just that more people voted than ever before, and that is a good thing for our democracy.