Define Voter Apathy?


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.
Voter apathy can have a severe impact on society, and make democracy less meaningful.
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
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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