Jun 13, 2017
Eric Plutzer and Michael Berkman
Everyone experiences buyer’s remorse at some point. We might wish we had not splurged on the latest fashions, or sorry we settled for a practical car when we wanted one with a lot more performance. In politics, too, voters can come to regret their choices.
However, a McCourtney Mood of the Nation Poll shows that, only 12% (± 2.6%) of registered voters wished they could change their vote choice.