Voting and Public Opinion
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In this article, the writer discusses that wealthy Americans and those who have attained a higher education level are more likely to make themselves heard and have a greater voice in the American political system by showing up at voting polls. Nevertheless, democracy is a process that is supposed to give every United States citizen an equal say in the political process that exists in America.
From the Paper:"This has not always been the case as in days gone by, to participate in the official elections; one had to be a white male who owned property. Today, all citizens, despite property ownership can vote in official elections, yet those who are affected by elected leaders are not voting, while those with money and power continue to dominate the process."
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