What does it mean to say voters do not believe they have political efficacy?
A. Voters believe their votes will have no impact in an election.
B. Voters believe they do not fall in line with ...
... state voting laws.
C. Voters believe there are too many issues on a ballot to vote on.
D. Voters believe they do not have enough knowledge of the issues.
The answer is A. Voters believe their votes will have no impact in an election.
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