The myth of voter awareness

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One of most popular self-imposed myths and delusions is that of the informed voter.

To be more specific, that the voter is data-filled and sentient and possessed of all the facts of the election.

Nothing could be further from the truth. And note further versus farther, but that’s for another show.

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