Unlikely voters say they'll vote in 2020 -- but will that benefit?
Orange City, Iowa - January 16, 2020: Pete Buttigieg, Democratic presidential candidate, speaks to the crowd at a political rally.

MIAMI — Tens of millions of people who have chosen not to vote in recent U.S. elections could be headed to the polls this November in a massive wave that would change the look and feel of the presidential contest, according to a newly published study of “chronic non-voters.”The sweeping survey of thousands of inactive voters and eligible but unregistered adults, commissioned last summer by the Miami-based John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, found that roughly half of those interviewed were “absolutely certain” they’ll vote in 2020. And given estimates that 100 million eligible adults skipp...


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