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FairVote Study: Connecticut ranks lowest in Prez campaign attention

by Jack Santucci // Published November 4, 2005
According to FairVote's newest study Who Picks the President, Connecticut ranks at the bottom of the list for attention from Presidential candidates.

Republican governor notwithstanding, the blue state is one of 19 to score a zero on FairVote's attention index.

The index takes into account candidate visits and dollars spent on TV advertising. The two percentages-per-state are averaged and measured per capita.

Who Picks discusses the dismal trend in American democracy toward ever more voters becoming ever less important.

Read the report.