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Jun 25, 2022

[Answer] What is the only English-speaking country that requires voting by law?

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...1. The United Kingdom 2. South Africa 3. New Zealand 4. Australia




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Australia - In the United States, voting is a right, but it is certainly not mandatory. Case in point: Only about half of eligible voters in the U.S. bother to show up and cast their ballot (about 60% of voters make it to the polls for presidential elections, while midterm turnout is generally around 40%). But compulsory voting is actually quite rare — Australia is the only English-speaking nation where it’s required by law, and even outside of the Anglosphere compulsory voting is found only in a handful of countries (among them are Belgium and Chile). As a result, voter turnout in Australia is typically around 90%. Australians can still decline to vote by casting a blank ballot (the law only mandates that they show up to the polls), and the fines for failing to vote aren't that steep (first-time offenders pay just 20 Australian dollars) — which explains why turnout isn’t quite 100%. But the regulations work well enough to give Australia one of the highest voter turnout rates in the world.:


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