"Researchers at Princeton and Northwestern University wanted to find out how much political power ordinary citizens have, they examined a twenty year period from 1982 - 2002. They first discovered if large corporations and wealthy individuals (regardless of political party) want a law passed there is nearly a 60% chance it will be passed and if they don't want a certain law it doesn't pass."
Then they looked at everyday voters issues (that almost no one supports) have a 30% chance of becoming law. Issues that almost everyone supports also have a 30% chance of becoming law. They concluded in their on words, the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule near zero statistically non significant impact upon public policy."
Excerpt from: Saving Capitalism 2017
(Former Secretary of Labor - Robert Reich)
(Based on a study of 1,779 policy issues,
Princeton researchers Martin Gilens and Benjamin I.)
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