U.s. Presidential Election Elections

1328 Words Nov 9th, 2016 6 Pages
In due course of the most recent decade, there has been a significant surge in American independent voters. It is of verifiable significance to put into thought the effects of these voters, especially, since the United States (U.S.) currently undergone its ' eagerly awaited 2016 Presidential General Election. It is with relevance to presidential elections that we have seen a political surge on American independent voters and thus having political candidates attempt to sway their view, we have seen fundamental compelling percentages on these election outcomes.
This case study crafts the breakdown of potential variables that have prompted to the sharp ascent in American independent voters in previous political history, and the voting behavior to authentic elements adding to Independent voters ' decisions. Specifically, to what extent do factors shape the voting behavior on the increasing rise of the American Independent voter choice and voter turnout in the 2016 United States Presidential Election? By extension, how do independents differ in part from the two major partisan ties of the Democratic and Republican parties?
As per the United States voting framework, an independent voter is a non-fanatic electorate who is not subsidiary with a specific political gathering. Independents can either be immaculate or inclining. Inclining Independents tend to vote for the gathering they incline more towards along these lines they are mostly divided in that sense. Immaculate…
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