An article points out since 2006 the majority see a need for a third party with the most being 60% contrast 38% the parties are acceptable. That is shared at the Majority in U.S. Maintain Need for Third Major Party at the Gallup Organization Sept. 25, 2015. That article points out that is where the strength of Trump, Fiorina, Carson, and Sanders lay. There is generally a discontent with parties.
Voter turnout for women begins rising 1980 reaching a continuous strength in double digits with both the 2008 & 2012 elections. (RE: Gender Gap in 2012 Vote Is Largest in Gallup's History) Simultaneously discovered is there is decline with men as a negative number beginning 2000 through 2012. Speculatively that points toward a gender difference.
Could a parallel be drawn with rise of both presenting a need for different leadership lie with a need for more representation with women in office? Or, does it point to a general discontentment with the first article while the second points out greater concern with government by women? Possibly no connection may be made. Any views?
by Deforest3 months ago
I am not saying that none of the candidates gathered the 207 electorate votes. I am just stating that a majority of the US citizens vote blank. Will the majority rule?
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