2020 Muslim American Voter Turnout Report
This report describes key findings on Muslim American voter turnout during the 2020 presidential elections, and details the impacts of Emgage’s “Million Muslim Votes” campaign.
Muslim Voter Poll
Emgage alongside the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) conducted a unique poll surveying over five hundred Muslim Americans, looking at their views on key domestic and foreign policies, and their views on the Biden administration.
Florida Muslim Voter Turnout - 2018 Midterm
Florida is the oldest and largest Emgage chapter and our GOTV efforts there have contributed to a 22 point increase in Muslim voter turnout from the 2014 midterm election. Across Florida, 53% of registered Muslim voters turned out on November 6.
Ohio Muslim Voter Turnout - 2018 Midterm
Our work in this state has seen some of the most significant growth midterm to midterm, with Ohio producing a 29 point increase in state wide Muslim voter turnout from 2014 to 2018 with 48% of Ohio Muslims voting on November 6.
Virginia Muslim Voter Turnout - 2018 Midterm
Virginia saw a 31 point increase in Muslim voter turnout between the 2014 and 2018 midterm elections.Across Virginia, 60% of registered Muslim voters turned out on November 6.
Michigan Muslim Voter Turnout - 2018 Midterm
Michigan saw a 19 point increase in Muslim voter turnout between the 2014 and 2018 midterm elections. Across Michigan, roughly 50% of registered Muslim voters turned out on November 6.
Muslim Vote Impact
From protecting civil liberties to fixing our healthcare and strengthening the economy, we strive to help American Muslims be defined by what they stand for. Together we are helping to educate and mobilize our community to become a force for positive change and build the next generation of civic leaders.
2016 American Muslim Post-Election Survey
Illustrating voter behavior and sentiments of registered Muslim voters in the swing states of Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.