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Why are third-party candidates often less successful than candidates from the two primary parties?

A. Third parties have too many members.
B. Voter turnout is too low for any major movement to win a majority.***?
C. Americans are generally happy with both of the major political parties.
D. Third-party candidates usually receive less in campaign contributions and media coverage.

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  1. No -- not B.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Then D?

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  3. Ok I definitely read B wrong, I believe it should be D

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  4. Yes, D.

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    Ms. Sue
  5. Ok, so the answer turned out to be C, I don't know why

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  6. Nevertheless I greatly appreciate all the help you've given me :)

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  7. You are very welcome. I enjoy helping you.

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  8. C is correct

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