In chart form.
Some interesting details from the Census Report that came up with the data:
- 27 percent of Asians said they didn't vote because they were busy, considerably higher than the national average of 17.5 percent.
- 15 percent of whites said they didn't vote because they didn't like the candidates, twice as high as any other group.
- Young people (ages 18-24), Asians, and bachelor's-degree holders were most likely to report registration problems.
Photo credit: A supporter of U.S. president Barack Obama casts his ballot at an outdoor ballot box in Denver. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)
This post originally appeared on The Atlantic.