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The author of "Too Dumb for Democracy?" discusses the motivations behind voters' decisions

The final installment of CPAC’s five-part series, “Trust, Truth and 2019” looks at voters and their issues.  In this segment, Too Dumb for Democracy author David Moscrop discusses how voters can better understand their own decision-making processes.

Watch the first episode (“The Issues”) here, the second episode (“Threats”) here, the third episode (“The Leaders”) here and the fourth episode of the series (“The Battlegrounds”) here.

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