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7. Indeed most Americans oppose a wall but a referendum might bring out the 40% who
Sat Jun 25, 2016, 02:49 PM
Jun 2016

support it in great numbers. And some others may join them in order to "make a statement to the elites that we want things to change". Even though the wall would not accomplish any positive change, it would be the only thing on the ballot so there may be an element of "let's shake things up" no matter what the issue is in the vote.

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