Are satisfied or unsatisfied people more likely to vote? To participate in political protests?

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Contented people are more likely to vote than unhappy ones, according to a study co-authored by a Baylor University researcher.

Dr. Patrick Flavin, an assistant professor of political science at Baylor, also found that discontented individuals are no more likely to take part in political protests.

And:

…”we can say with confidence that people who reported being more satisfied with their lives are more likely to get involved in politics,” he said.

Source: Science Daily

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