Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray said low turnout generally adds some unpredictability to the election results, since small, determined groups can have more of an impact than they would with a larger turnout.
“Low turnout generally helps the renegade candidates,” he said. “There are always going to be a core of voters who want to get out and vote against the establishment.”
Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Patrick Murray: Low Turnout Good For Renegade Candidates