221,000 didn’t vote in North Dakota 

Voter turnout is low. Voting is our only voice. 221,000 eligible voters stayed home. The population of North Dakota is approximately 750,000, so those 221,000 would actually make a difference.  Why do people not vote? 

Your thoughts are greatly appreciated in this survey. I’m not a politician or a journalist. I’m just a curious person. 

Were they: 

Too busy/couldn’t get time off?

Thought their votes wouldn’t matter?

Didn’t know any of the candidates? 

Don’t want to participate?

Other? 

What is it, 221,000 people?  I’m curious. 

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