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    Do US citizens want to change the existing electoral system?
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    Most US citizens believe that the country’s electoral system needs to be reformed, while 45 percent would prefer to see the "One Person, One Vote" scheme used, TNS UK pollster revealed in a survey for Sputnik.

    According to the TNS poll, 60 percent of the voters believe that the electoral system needs to be changed in some way. As many as 45 percent would want the current system to be changed to One Person, One Vote, while 15 percent would prefer to see the two systems combined.

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