Oct. 11, 2014
“Black turnout dropped by 3.7 percentage points more than white turnout in Kansas, and by 1.5 percentage points more than whites in Tennessee after voter ID laws passed.
“Among 18-year-olds, turnout dropped by 7.1 percentage points more in Kansas than it did among those aged 44- to 53-year-olds in Kansas. Turnout in Tennessee fell by 1.2 percentage points more among those aged 19 to 23 than among the older set.”
– The Washington Post, Oct. 9, 2014, reporting on a General Accounting Office study; below, a map from that study