Independent voters are no myth, they matter, and (when you include among them independent partisans) they absolutely sway elections. Indeed, the present and highly competitive political era in which we are living is a direct result of a decrease in partisan attachment among a growing number of voters.

Independent voters are no myth, they matter, and (when you include among them independent partisans) they absolutely sway elections. Indeed, the present and highly competitive political era in which we are living is a direct result of a decrease in partisan attachment among a growing number of voters.

 Todd Eberly, an assistance professor at St. Mary’s College of Maryland

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