European Elections: Big Yawn, or Wake-Up Call?

Europeans have been able to vote for their own parliament for thirty years. The June election is the seventh, yet at the end of last year, more than two thirds of potential voters could not name the date for their next trip to the ballot box. In Britain the don’t knows were even higher, reflecting a view that such elections matter little and change less.

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