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Study finds Kentucky lacking in political engagement

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A recent study released by WalletHub Kentucky trails most other states when it comes to having a politically engaged electorate.

The Bluegrass State came in 33rd in the study, which is based on state-level data for 10 data points.

For the most part, Kentucky was ranked in the middle of the pack in most categories. However, it did rank 47th in political contributions per adult, where it averaged $5.55.

On the other end of the spectrum, the 11.5% increase in 2020 voter turnout compared to the 2016 election was the fourth highest of any state.

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