The rise of the independent voter

About a month ago I brought to your attention statements

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  1. Independent voters are currently 46% of those registered to vote and will pass all political party members in the United States in numbers before the end of this year. The problem independent voters have is that party politicians since about 1970, when independent voters began to increase in numbers, have passed election laws at state level to make it impossible for independent voters to appear on the ballot as candidates for office. The problem political parties have is that their best efforts to stop independent voter registration have only served to increase it. Who do you think is going to win this contest?
    Stick a fork in the two-party system in the United States. They are done.

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