End of the Third Party Dream






That there is little enthusiasm for Obama or Romney is evident. The New York Times described the voters’ dilemma as “like trying to decide between liver and brussels sprouts – a selection they would rather not have to make.” One in four voters admits to being “less enthusiastic” about voting “compared to past presidential elections,” and that figure is on the uptick. But is this antipathy enough to encourage a third-party candidate?






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