Can You Even Be An “Informed” Citizen?

Source: American Institute for Economic Research
by Art Carden

“A 2019 article in the Political Studies Review reported the results of a Canadian survey asking whether someone has a duty to vote and a duty to be informed. 63 percent of respondents thought people have a duty to vote, and only slightly more than half of these — about a third of those polled — thought people also had a duty to be informed. That such a small percentage of those polled think people have a duty to vote and a duty to be informed might be puzzling (and perhaps a little disturbing) at first, but what would it take to be ‘informed?'” (10/10/21)

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