How did these perceptions influence self-reported intent to vote in the November 8 election? The answer depended on partisanship
Furthermore, public opinion of democracy and respect for its rules is decreasing both within the United States and internationally
How dare you, Donald Trump, cast a shadow of fraud on my America?
Paranoia isn't pretty.
In a recent piece in the New York Times, Nate Cohn laments "the steady drumbeat of tweets about how Hillary Clinton stole the presidential primary from Bernie Sanders." Cohn resisted writing about them for so long, he asserts, because he "didn't want to dignify the views of conspiracy theorists."
There has been much scuttlebutt this election season about how the primary process isn't democratic enough and how it's "rigged" to benefit establishment figures over insurgents. Here's the hard truth.
The nominating system for both parties is undeniably complicated and confusing. Our primary system is, by most measures, no way to nominate a major party candidate for president, but it is much less clear that the system is deliberately rigged in favor of one candidate or another.
A country which in some way or the other makes itself prominent across the global arena more often because of events which shun its image and bring it into the limelight. Land of the pure, has recurrently surfaced in the form of news that people of the world do not have pleasant memories of.
Predictable Surprises: 10 International Crises and Social Media Revolutions You Can Bet on Between Now and 2015
Between now and 2015, there will be some predictable crises in global politics. The most predictable political crises have