Friday, June 23, 2006

SpringerLink - Article

SpringerLink - Article:

Like other administrative reforms designed to make voting easier, postal voting has the potential to increase turnout. However, the expanded pool of voters will be limited most likely to those already inclined to vote but find it inconvenient to go to the polling place. This conclusion is consistent with the growing body of research that suggests that relaxing administrative requirements is not likely to be the panacea for low turnout among the disenfranchised."

You can lower the cost of playing to almost zero, but if the product still stinks, nobody is going to play.

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