In the year 2028, voter turnout fell in the United States to such an extent that only six people voted in that year’s presidential election.
The winner, Republican Lee Dumbluck, received three of the six votes, while the Democrat received two and the sixth went to a third party candidate.
Most Americans still consider their country democratic, because most Americans have the opportunity to vote.
However, some political pseudoscientists believe there’s another reason why Americans continue to accept the result of their elections in which the winner receives a share of the votes that reflects the will of only a small minority of the total population.
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