My answer is a strong resounding yes, but I wanted to see what everyone on here thought
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Most Helpful Guy
For some things yes, but for the most part no, for example, they already have planned who will be the next president long before the votes, if they dont get enough votes, they usually change the votes or use dead people to add votes, theyve done it before, for the most part the voting is just a formality, we will take your vote but your opinion doesn't matter, the president controls the media, the politicians control the president, the rich control the politicians and money controls the rich, another example is not too long ago i think it was last year the senate passed a bill to be able to pass bills overnight without a need to vote, shortly after that they passed a bill allowing the president a license to kill so to speak, allowing him to assassinate any civilian he or she deems fit or exudes the description of a terrorist. Shortly after that they passed another bill allowing the president to declare martial law on its citizens during peace time. Now their list of what a terrorist looks like and personality, it states someone with a bushy beard, im not joking, someone who has more then 7 days worth of food in their house again im not joking, someone of certain beliefs, didn't specify which, someone who has abnormal behavior and someone who has discontent towards the American government and its laws. All of these passed without votes0
Most Helpful Girl
Yes. Just look at the recent Brexit referendum. So many people voted Leave because they thought their vote didn't count and Britain would remain in the EU regardless. And well now everyone's crying because they've regretted what they've done and we've actually left.
Same goes for any voting system.0