Title Lars Fosdal Awareness May 31, 2017 1 Minute Share this:TweetEmailMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppTelegramPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Lars Fosdal Software Developer View all posts by Lars Fosdal Published May 31, 2017
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The implication of these clickbait jpegs is that the if these voters only went out to vote that clinton would have won. Well, what evidence is there that they would have voted predominantly for clinton?
One of my friends who didn’t vote said if they did, they woulda voted for Trump.
Wolfgang Rupprecht I don’t think that’s necessarily the case. At the very least, if more people had voted then we would have a more accurate idea of who the public actually wants in office, regardless of who that person is.
That’s so depressing. How can you not vote?
George Carlin has a rebuttal:
youtube.com – George Carlin – Why I Don’t Vote
What’s the rebuttal against him? I’m not saying he’s right, just pushing the dialogue.
Yah, I don’t blame the Trump voters for this mess. They don’t know any better (or refuse to know). I do blame those who could have stopped this with their vote.
My blistering pre-election takedown of these “American Idles” ideafaktory.com – Myth of the American Idle
Facts are informative.
Good data here: cookpolitical.com – 2016 National Popular Vote Tracker (Final)
Votes, comparison between 2012 & 2016, etc.
More data. See pie chart:. washingtonpost.com – A lot of nonvoters are mad at the election results. If only there were something they could have done!
Well, Wolfgang Rupprecht, as things stand, those who didn’t vote did, in fact, vote FOR Trump.
If a few people abstain, it’s OK. But when 46.9% don’t vote, it’s a big deal. There’s a lot of untapped political power in that bloc. With microtargeting, that can be a great resource for any politician with enough money to exploit it.
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