Difference between revisions of "Two-party system"

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Wikipedia: "A two-party system is a type of party system where only two political parties have a realistic chance of winning an election." This causes problems in a number of ways, one of which is that voters are essentially forced to choose between voting for the lesser of two evils or else "wasting" a vote on a candidate who is unlikely to win.


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