by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:
For years, they have been sought after by both major parties as the one political demographic that could swing national elections in their favor, and going forward into 2016 and beyond, voters who identify themselves as neither Republican nor Democrat, but as “independent,” will become even more important.
That’s because the number of independents has grown dramatically in recent years — so much so that now they outnumber voters who describe themselves as belonging to one of the two primary parties. It’s a sign, say political scientists, that more voters are becoming frustrated with a “two-party system” in which they see little difference between choices.
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