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Study: Average American’s Interests Have Practically No Influence On Government Policy

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Study: Average American’s Interests Have Practically No Influence On Government Policy

A new study has found that when taking into account the heavy power and influence of special interest groups and the economic elite in politics, the impact of an average citizen’s interests when it comes to determining policy is virtually nothing. What do you think?

  • “Those nice letters from my congressman are enough for me.”

    Daniel Koerper Payroll Coordinator
  • “I should be angry, but honestly, I’m pretty relieved the pressure is off.”

    Maggie Bernstein Coffee Grinder Supervisor
  • “They could’ve at least softened the blow by including some broad platitudes about how we’re still what makes this country great.”

    Kyle Sisk Laptop Duster

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