Which states or territories had the highest presidential voter turnout in 1988 and which had the lowest?

The three states or territories with the highest voter turnout in the 1988 presidential election, in descending order, were:

1. Minnesota. 66.3 percent
2. Montana. 62.41 percent
3. Maine. 62.15 percent

The three states or territories with the lowest turnout, in ascending order, were:

1. Georgia. 38.79 percent
2. South Carolina. 38.91 percent
3. District of Columbia. 39.44 percent

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