Jews Vote. A lot. Apparently young American Jews, aged 18-34, have a 73% voter turn out. Average American non-Jews of the same demographic have a 42% voter turn out. Not just that, but if you took young American Jews as their own demographic, they would have the highest voter turnout rate than any other group according to the US Census Bureau.
Not only do we vote in droves, we talk about voting in droves. We go out of our way to vote. We vote in PTA assemblies and we vote absentee when abroad. We care about how other Jews vote in other countries that we can’t even vote in. If we could hold a vote on how frequently to vote we would all vote on it. And then, after we finish voting, we argue about who we voted for and we gossip about who our friends voted for. It makes me want to vote on something just so I can complain about who I voted for later.