Define Voter Apathy?

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Voter apathy is a term used in politics to describe a perceived 'lack of caring' in voters during an election. This attitude occurs most especially when one party has a large majority or whenever voters have little influence.
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voter apathy is a lack of caring amongst eligible voters. That is, it is often used to explain a poor turn out for elections / voting.
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Voter apathy can have a severe impact on society, and make democracy less meaningful.
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Causes of voter apathy: Lack of information on various political parties or independent candidates. Boring, mundane media coverage of the political campaigning. Many other more interesting
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Voter apathy or voter fatigue is when there is a low turnout caused by voters having to vote too often or not caring about the causes or parties.
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