Three in four Americans say they're already giving "quite a lot" of thought to how they'll cast their presidential vote come November, finds a new Gallup poll released Wednesday. By comparison, just 42 percent said the same in May of 2000.
Early interest in the general election has risen steadily over the past four campaign cycles, and voter turnout (2012 excepted) has risen with it. In fact, if the correlation holds, this November could well see turnout top 60 percent for the first time since 1968.
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