Yes, we had the best voter turnout rate since 1900. 158.4 million ballots were cast which is more than six-in-ten people of voting age and nearly two-thirds of estimated eligible voters, according to a preliminary Pew Research Center analysis.
80 million (80,000,000) or a full one-third the population of citizens over eighteen did not even bother to vote!
Data shows the poorest and the least educated don't vote for several reasons; but the most significant reason is they simply don't see anyone actually representing them.
Imagine if they woke up and started to understand the game being played on them?