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Yo, Undecided Voters! Are You Listening? Are You Even Listening To Yourselves? Imperfect Choices And The 'Trap Of The Wrong Base Case'

Yo, you undecided voters! Do you hear what you are saying? Sure, you’d be happier if your party had selected another nominee. So would a clear majority of voters, of all ages, of both major parties. But here is the choice you face today: 1. You vote for Trump 2. You vote for Clinton 3. You stay home, or vote for a third party candidate, which is basically the same as staying home.
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