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L2 Political Academic Voter File
Access instructions to L2 Political voter data at New York University
NYU Libraries has licensed access to the L2 Political Academic Voter File. The file is a continuously updated database of every registered voter in the United States and includes basic socio-demographic indicators (some of which are modeled), consumer preferences, political party affiliation, voting history, and more. NYU's access to L2 Political includes four variations:
Complete Raw Data files
Historical Processed & Raw Data files
Derived Samples & Extracts
L2 Data Products
VoterMapping Map Query Interface
The VoterMapping Interface allows users to navigate an area via a map and select data extracts of the most current version of the L2 Political processed data file.
Complete Raw Data Files
Users can apply to access the entire set of voter data, which includes almost 300 million individual cases. The files are updated on a semi-annual basis (although more frequent updates may be available depending on research needs).
Historical Processed and Raw Data Files
NYU has also licensed access to L2 Political historical backlog of data. This backlog includes versions of the L2 Processed voter file going back to 2008 (for most U.S. states) and unprocessed "raw" state voter rolls, also going back to 2008 for most U.S. states.