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This is how different countries vote in their elections

205 countries set the minimum voting age at 18. Image: AFP via Getty Images

Shannon Schumacher

Research Associate, Pew Research Center

Aidan Connaughton

Research assistant, Pew Research Center

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Vote registration countries Europe application Image: ACE Electoral Knowledge Network database
18 is the minimum voting age in the vast majority of countries. Image: ACE Electoral Knowledge Network database
124 countries allow for external votes for legislative elections. Image: Pew Research Center

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