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Which is true?

1.People are more likely to vote in
presidential elections than they are
to vote in congressional elections.
(or)
2.People are more likely to try to
persuade how someone else will vote
than they are to read about campaigns
in the newspapers.

I say 1 is true, my friend says 2 is
true. Can you settle this? Who is right?


Generalizations are the anemia of a sick mind.

Voting patterns in off year elections in the US indicate the first is true.

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