Why Clinton and Trump may increase voter turnout in 2016
As even casual observers of elections know, raw public opinion is only modestly instructive about likely results. If people don't go to the polls, their views will not affect the outcome. Turnout always matters, and in close elections it can prove decisive. So what do we know about likely turnout in 2016?
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