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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Representation

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For the last few years I've had this sense that everything I learned as a kid about how America's government works is completely wrong but I had no idea how bad things actually were until I saw this one graph researchers at Princeton University looked at more than 20 years worth of data to answer a pretty simple question does the government represent the people now this is what they found this axis here represents public support for any given idea on the left at % are ideas that not a single American wants on the right at 100 percent are ideas that everyone supports this axis represents the likelihood of Congress passing a law that reflects any of these ideas from a zero to a 100 percent chance on this graph an ideal Republic would look like this if 50 percent of the public supports an idea there's a 50 percent chance of it becoming law if 80 percent of us supports something there's an 80 percent chance you get the idea now most Americans would probably agree that with a few exceptions we should be as close to this ideal as possible unfortunately the way America actually works doesn't even come close take an idea that nobody supports literally nobody and it has about a 30% chance of becoming federal law now take an incredibly popular idea the most popular idea this country has ever seen and there's also about a 30% chance of it becoming law this means that the number of American voters for or against any idea has no impact on the likelihood that Congress will make it law put another way and I'm just going to quote the Princeton study directly here the preferences of the average American appeared to have only a minuscule...

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