The historical average of those who don't vote is 45% in presidential elections and 60% in midterms. 38% VAP didn't not vote in 2020, 45.2% didn't vote in 2016 and 46.2% failed to vote in 2012. Midterms 50% didn't vote in 2018, 62% didn't vote in 2014 and 59% failed to vote in 2010.

The lowest turnout for a recent presidential election was 49% in 1996, that was the lowest since 1924 when 48.8% showed up to vote. The highest recent turnout was the 62% VAP, you have to go back to 1960 to top that when 62.8% turned out to vote in the presidential election.

Here on this we are political or at least pay attention to politics, I'd say half of all Americans don't except in a presidential election. Since the historical average for midterms is 40%, that to me is 3/5th of Americans don't pay any attention to congress either. At least not enough to care to vote.

It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.