Participation Paradox: Single Voting

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Participation Paradox is the fact that citizens vote even though a single vote rarely decides an election. In my opinion I do not agree with participation paradox because if a single vote decides an election then this can cause a problem. The problem in participation paradox is that a single individual's vote is rarely decisive because few election are decided by a single vote. A single vote does not make a difference in elections. The point of this paradox is not to suggest that people should vote but rather to highlight that they vote for other reasons.
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