What the likelihood that an supported by the of Americans will become ? Does the really care what you think?

Researchers at Princeton looked into these questions by studying 20 years of data and to  if the US government really represents the public. Their analysis took into consideration the impact that the lower 90% of income earners in Americans have on politics, versus the to 10% comprised of economical elites, business interests, and people that can afford lobbyists. The video below shows the staggering results of this , as well as some additional statistics about corporate corruption in the US.