What is the Turnout Score?

The Turnout Score is a voter's propensity to vote within a range, from 0 to as high as 30 in certain states. 

The higher the score, the higher the propensity to vote, while 0 is the lowest propensity to vote. The chart below covers the point value for all the elections from a sample state updated through the 2014 General Election.

2008 Primary = 1
2008 General = 1
2009 Primary = 1
2009 General = 1
2010 Primary = 1
2010 General = 1
2011 Primary = 1
2011 General = 1
2012 Primary = 1
2012 General = 3
2013 Primary = 1
2013 General = 1
2014 Primary = 1
2014 General = 5

GOP Primary Score

The GOP Primary Score has a range of 0 to 4 and is simply the number of Republican primaries the voter has voted in of the last four.

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