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Stop Using the Exit Polls to Place Blame on Voters

Direct your ire at a lackluster two-party political system, not voters with poor choices

Voters wearing face masks in line at the polls.
Voters line up to cast their ballots at a polling station in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the United States, on November 3, 2020. Photo: Joel Lerner/Xinhua/Getty Images

On Tuesday night, just like any other Election Day since the advent of the touchscreen, news outlets were inundated with interactive U.S. maps. Shades of static blues and harsh reds illuminating every state provided a stark image of…




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Tirhakah Love

Tirhakah Love

African from Texas• Staff Writer at LEVEL • Black politics, Celebrity interviews, TV & Film Criticism • Previously: MTV News, San Francisco Chronicle

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