Majority Of Non-Voters Want Third Party According To Poll

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According to a USA Today and Suffolk University poll two-thirds of Americans will not vote in November because [the] system […] is beyond reform and repair.” Only 22% of respondents stated that the major parties are doing good.

A majority of the non-voting respondents stated that they would like to see a third party or multiple parties with 57% saying that it was necessary.

This information provides a great opportunity for the Libertarian Party who have been claiming for years that Democrats and Republicans are both corrupt and failing the country. Libertarians need to reach out to those not enthused by the state of politics and show that there is hope in electing Libertarians.

 

 

 

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2 comments on “Majority Of Non-Voters Want Third Party According To Poll”

  1. According to a USA Today and Suffolk University poll two-thirds of Americans will not vote in November because [the] system […] is beyond reform and repair.”
    So the majority of “Americans” don’t want “government”. Therefore, political representation is a hoax and politicians are illegitimate.

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  2. Sorry, but the Libertarian Party is dead. The Libertarian Party leadership is not serious about winning anything anywhere, they are just focused on keeping the money coming to pay their salaries and go through the motions. I left the Libertarian Party when the Executive Director refused to meet me to discuss the election reform act, coalitions with other small parties and Independents, and more. So sorry, but until that individual is FIRED, there is no Libertarian Party to speak of.

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