Contented citizens vote against change

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - 22:30 in Mathematics & Economics

US citizens who have a high quality of life are more engaged in the direct democracy process, according to new research. A new study demonstrates that quality of life is a strong predictor of voter turnout. However, interestingly, voters with a higher quality of life are less likely to support changes in public policy through direct democracy.

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