Why 90 million Americans won't vote in November; Favor Obama 2-1; 8 in 10 Depend on Government in Their Lives

They could turn a too-close-to-call race into a landslide for President Obama -- but by definition they probably won't. Call them the unlikely voters. A nationwide USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll of people who are eligible to vote but aren't likely to do so finds that these stay-at-home Americans back Obama's re-election over Republican Mitt Romney by more than 2-1. Two-thirds of them say they are registered to vote. Eight in 10 say the government plays an important role in their lives

Why 90 million Americans won't vote in November
USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds that those who don't cast ballots are disillusioned with Obama, Romney and the political system.

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