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Utahns don’t know much about Utah government
Posted on June 3, 2013 by Adam Brown
Utahns don’t know much about national politics, but they know even less about Utah politics. Although Americans often take pride in living in the world’s oldest democracy, American voters tend to do a very poor job answering basic questions about … Continue reading →
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