There are 60 Boards Of Elections in New York, serving a population of 19,798,228 people in an area of 47,113 square miles. There is 1 Board Of Elections per 329,970 people, and 1 Board Of Elections per 785 square miles.
The state of New York is ranked 40th in Boards Of Elections per capita, and 23rd in Boards Of Elections per square mile.
Find New York Citizen Voting Age Population (Age 18 and Over). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|New York||United States|
|Voting Age Population||13,686,685||228,918,197|