INTERACTIVE: A look at the diversity of registered voters in Cincinnati

More than 200,000 registered for Tuesday election

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday throughout Ohio. In Cincinnati, more than 200,000 people are registered to cast ballots in 175 precincts.

Those voters are as different in gender, age, and political savvy and preference as the city neighborhoods where they live, and the candidates they will choose. 

This interactive map, developed from the most recent list of registered voters, shows just how diverse they are.

Click any of the shaded precincts to get details about total voters, “active” voters (those who have voted in the past three years), their average age and years registered.

Use the filters to see only precincts that match certain demographics.

NOTE:  Each filter works independently; use only one filter at a time.

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