Millions of people can vote but don't -- even in swing states. Here's why
Voters in Manchester, New Hampshire on February 11, 2020 -- home to just 1.3 million people the state is a battleground that plays a hugely influential role in the American political landscape AFP / Joseph Prezioso

PHILADELPHIA — Patricia Robinson registered to vote when she was 18.At 79, she still hasn’t seen anybody worth voting for.“I don’t vote because I haven’t seen anybody that doesn’t have their hand into something,” she said. “They’re all a bunch of crooks.”Robinson, a retired hospital worker in Erie, is one of 100 million people who sit out election after election, according to a new study. Nonvoters have a number of reasons for not participating. But in general they tend to dislike politicians and political parties, distrust the electoral system to accurately count votes and the political syste...


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