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When voting does the person on the top of the list usually get more votes?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19627points) 1 month ago

Either alphabetical in or random placement?

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Zaku's avatar

All else being equal, or nearly equal, yes.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Many states have the first line candidates determined by what party the governor. So if the governor is Democrat; first line on the ballots would go the Democrats.

Inspired_2write's avatar

I bet at times it happens that a voter is not informed of all the people running.
Example: School Trustee candidates..very few vote for them yet it is a vital job.

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