Can Voters and Non-Voters See Eye to Eye?


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  • Lurch685
    Lurch685 2 hours ago

    Too many people have the power to vote as it is.

  • Swagbrother21
    Swagbrother21 15 hours ago

    When you thought his name was derrick ross

  • Katy Temple
    Katy Temple 2 days ago

    MORE PLEASE! I love these!

  • Tane Curtze
    Tane Curtze 2 days ago

    When the muslim woman said the US wasn’t a true democracy I was shook, like are you living under a rock, when you actually need examples of bad democracies *dictatorships* have a little sight of all countries bellow the US. I firmly believe calling the US non democratic is truly ignorant given the actual or past situation of other countries. That my problem with a lot of people in the US, I’ve only been to Miami but from what I’ve seen they can barely locate themselves on the map. Look up countries like Venezuela, Argentina since Perón, Cuba, Chile from 1973, THOSE are bad democracies.

  • Spiral Journey
    Spiral Journey 2 days ago

    Well done.
    Thank you.
    (Derrick Brose brought me here)

  • Steven Marleyy
    Steven Marleyy 2 days ago

    Reality is created by the mind. We can change reality by changing our mind - Plato

  • Lucy Anderson
    Lucy Anderson 3 days ago

    If you ever come to Ireland you should go to the Northern Ireland border and do unionists vs. nationalists🇮🇪

  • dope
    dope 4 days ago

    what the asian dude said... for real.

  • Bontle Bing
    Bontle Bing 5 days ago

    Something Ive always been curious about is PROFESSIONAL DANCERS VS. VIDEO VIXENS / TWERKERS/ STRPPERS

  • Emily rose
    Emily rose 5 days ago

    the Muslim lady reminds me of kash's wife (Linda) from shameless lol

  • Alyssa Jones
    Alyssa Jones 5 days ago

    @ Asian guy, you don't have to tell people who you vote for or your opinions

  • Dakota C
    Dakota C 5 days ago

    My thing is... This is what we have to work with. The only way to change it is to vote. If only we had the utopian world where we could do what we wanted. This government is so deep rooted in this freaking country it's not going to change.

  • LunyLucky
    LunyLucky 5 days ago

    I literally just clicked because of how amazing that Muslim woman's look is

  • Nick
    Nick 5 days ago

    I didn’t know Richard Hendricks was a filmmaker. I thought he was working for Pied Piper still.

  • SimplyFreshdew
    SimplyFreshdew 6 days ago +1

    Lol at how I saw a Donald trump ad before watching this 😭😭😂😂

  • Delilah Concepcion
    Delilah Concepcion 7 days ago

    Look at the world reevaluate everything where we are standing now and how everything is you really think your vote matters? People with higher power and money have the say in everything you cant change the system dude in the green shirt is well educated and knows whats up

  • Lets Be Real
    Lets Be Real 7 days ago

    These people are all very rational

  • Dennis Engelen
    Dennis Engelen 8 days ago

    These titles are false, you should name it: Can AMERICAN Voters and Non-Voters See Eye to Eye?

  • Detective Rick Burwitz

    If you don't vote. Just stop

  • yuckluck2
    yuckluck2 9 days ago

    In 2018, FL voters voted on over a dozen legislation. Amendment 4 was passed and felons got the right to vote again. My coworkers just registered yesterday after not having their voting rights for years. In 2016, FL voters legalized medical marijuana.The democratic process works for you if you put effort in

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 4 days ago

      It's really baffling though. Floridians voted in favor of left leaning policy down the ballot, but when it came to actual politicians, the Republicans won. How do they deal with that separation?

  • Ken M23
    Ken M23 9 days ago

    Non-voters don't deserve rights.

  • Lucas Ryan
    Lucas Ryan 10 days ago

    Did that guy actually just say he didn't vote independent because his family and friends told him it would be a wasted vote? What kind of backwards thinking is that? So not only is he giving in to peer pressure and then saying "it's not real democracy" but also, where he could have 'wasted his vote' by voting for the independent that he actually liked (y'know, as if you live in a democracy...), instead he just wastes his vote by not voting AT ALL.

  • Hannah Avila
    Hannah Avila 11 days ago

    0:42 perfect time as she said 42

  • Hannah Avila
    Hannah Avila 11 days ago

    Guy in background: don’t mind me, just passing through

  • Local Dreamer
    Local Dreamer 11 days ago

    2 party systems in my opinion and research are the best. Better than a one party system, for obvious reasons. Better than a multi party system for reasons being: they’re more expensive to run, views are less moderate since the parties have to listen to a bigger crowd, it can provide too MANY choices, it can form coalition government (which tends to be more unstable), and although I believe minorities should have a say, that is to a fault. The majority should have the bigger say in most cases, that’s why we have a democratic republic in the first place, so the government can be ruled by the people in the first place. With a multiparty system, the country can be too divided and overpower majority to an extreme fault.

  • MOTF Zach
    MOTF Zach 11 days ago

    The 2016 election is a whole different animal, but I just do NOT understand why you WOULDN’T vote. This is the one middle ground where I legitimately don’t understand the side that I disagree with. All of the non-voters make points I can get behind, but none of the problems they’re talking about can be fixed by not voting.

  • Mohamad Jouzou
    Mohamad Jouzou 11 days ago +1

    Israel is not a legitimate state.

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 4 days ago

      I don't know why you posted this comment here, but I'm really glad you did.

  • Jderelz
    Jderelz 12 days ago

    4:38 the woman says she doesn't think we have a true democracy----of course not! We are a democratic republic, meaning we ELECT people to vote on our behalf!

  • Eise Bracht
    Eise Bracht 12 days ago

    7:12 what?

  • Ty Matthews
    Ty Matthews 12 days ago

    I wish they would of said, "I believe in the electoral college system".

  • Tuhtorrii Suhtorrii
    Tuhtorrii Suhtorrii 14 days ago

    If you don't vote you have no right to complain

  • James Kidd
    James Kidd 14 days ago

    A 2 party system is the only way elections can work. If there were more than 2 different parties it would be a complete and total mess. At the end of the day, 50% of the people will be happy with the outcome and 50% won't. No matter how many parties are added, not everyone will be happy in the end.

  • Kira Moss
    Kira Moss 14 days ago

    It makes me sad that people who have the vote don’t vote as a politics student I see it from a logistical point of view if you don’t vote the government loses legitimacy which is not a good thing

  • Joseph Dahdouh
    Joseph Dahdouh 14 days ago +1

    12:30 when the Muslim women said that when you keep doing the same thing that you where doing nothing will change well she was referring to if you vote like you did before, the same thing will recur, but that actually must be used against non-voting for if you ignore voting and you keep non-voting them you will be the one that will not impact a certain change

    JENTHINKSO 14 days ago

    No one was satisfied with the candidates of 2016? How many voted in the primary?

  • Antoinette Orozco
    Antoinette Orozco 15 days ago

    America has the lowest voting turn outs because of these fucks

  • Nick Orlando
    Nick Orlando 15 days ago

    I think if you choose to not vote than you should not have the right to complain. Doesn’t matter if you are left or right.

  • Tamu Audwodia
    Tamu Audwodia 15 days ago

    Like China, Brazil, Nigeria and India, the United States is too big for a nation. Yes, it has the states in place with small tweaks on certain rights and laws, but it needs to be more than that. The country simply has too many people, and generally just too big to be under one government. The chance of having more than half unsatisfied is too high. Having is chopped up more, weather it would be 50 new countries or 5, who knows? I'm not saying the United States shouldn't be one country, but I think there should be more parties that have more power in the States themselves and the various counties. The chance of satisfaction is simply higher.

  • Tamu Audwodia
    Tamu Audwodia 15 days ago

    6:00 good choice. Though the United States has major problems, and you need to stay to fix and make it better. Brazil also have major problems, that are more often worse than in the US. Brazil is going to be fixed by the Brazilians eventually, at least we can hope so, and the United States can be fixed by the Americans.

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 4 days ago

      "Brazil is going to be fixed by the Brazilians eventually" They'll have to topple a literal fascist first.

  • Sydney Eckberg
    Sydney Eckberg 16 days ago

    wohoo go minnesota

  • CorruptVisionz
    CorruptVisionz 17 days ago

    The gay guys facial expressions are me

  • mike mikey
    mike mikey 18 days ago +1

    parliamentary systems such as UK, Canada and Australia are much better than the 2-party system in US.
    US president is often unpopular and has too much power

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 4 days ago

      For real. The last two Republican presidents lost the popular vote.

  • Eric P
    Eric P 18 days ago

    Voting doesn’t matter, because if it did, they wouldn’t let us do it.

  • Jose Castillo
    Jose Castillo 19 days ago

    Its funny to think that over the centuries the US was symbolized as the best democratic nation in the world... And that is simply not true at least anymore

  • Jose Castillo
    Jose Castillo 19 days ago

    Its time for some new diverse parties... The system is old... People now think in multiple ways.... I think a two party system is as bad as a one party system.... But in the end no matter how miniscule our democratic power is to change politics.... It still counts... Unfortunately oligarchal-esque systems like the electoral college are being used to limit our power to slim to none. If I would give a percentage to our current "power" it will be no higher than 20%.

  • Cassie's Universe
    Cassie's Universe 19 days ago


  • David Wagner
    David Wagner 19 days ago +6

    “I don’t believe that we live in a true democracy”

    Ding ding ding

    We live in a representative republic, that’s the point

    • Taylor Lex
      Taylor Lex 9 days ago

      No we live in a representative democracy. Although our system acts more like an oligarchy.

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 17 days ago

      Which is a form of democracy, but even that's a stretch. The representation certainly isn't fair or equal.

  • Sam 88
    Sam 88 19 days ago

    "Change starts with the bottom"
    That's an illusion, with every revolution, change is headed by small factions who seek to associate themselves with the masses, but are not in fact 'the bottom'. They are a small group of pioneering individuals who penetrate the weaknesses of the current system to make use of the power up for grabs. The collective masses, i.e the bottom, do not start the change, but in the general confusion become become part of it. However, in democratic societies power IS distributed amongst the masses, but can only come into effect once it is directed by the government.

  • da streets part 3
    da streets part 3 19 days ago +1

    that woman with the head piece looks like a star wars character

  • KaiBaek ExoNctBts
    KaiBaek ExoNctBts 19 days ago

    Can you do atheists and christians

  • wig flew sis
    wig flew sis 20 days ago

    Oh my gosh, I'm from the same town as the Andrew guy and that makes me so happy that they brought someone from such a small town💘💖💞💕💞💛💚💜💗💓💘💖💞💓❤💙💗💙❤💙💚💛💜💕💘💖💞💛💚💛

  • isabell gates
    isabell gates 20 days ago +1

    shes 42! damn black Really dont crack

  • jimbo5770
    jimbo5770 20 days ago

    That smile from the gay guy when the black women kept on talking about bottom :D

  • Uh Oh
    Uh Oh 21 day ago

    Can blind people and non blind see eye to eye? No because blind people can’t see

  • Ella Salaam
    Ella Salaam 21 day ago

    I don't vote but always have wanted to. Seeing the comments and this video, definitely changed my opinion.

  • Castizo
    Castizo 21 day ago

    *Moves to Brazil*
    "I am gonna stay here, I don't want go back to the US where right wing fascism is rampant over there!"
    *Bolsanaro gets elected*

  • Grimm Excelsior
    Grimm Excelsior 21 day ago +1

    Ugh these people are clueless. No, your votes don’t matter. You are one in millions going to the point. That is exactly why you need to vote, to be part of a cause.
    Also they shouldn’t complain about the two candidates. Clinton was an infinitely more qualified candidate then Trump. Also, since they decided that they wouldn’t voice their opinions in the polls, they have no right to complain about those candidates.

  • Parallaxis
    Parallaxis 21 day ago

    Look at every presidency and tell me the policies didn't reflect the side that won. That is why you vote.

  • Hydrolord
    Hydrolord 21 day ago

    I'm sick of these conspiracy theories about how the US government chooses its own leaders and rigs all the elections in their favor. That may be true in parts of the world, and the US isn't perfect at keeping elections fair. But at the end of the day, the "rigging" is never anywhere near as great as people think it is. Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders because she outperformed him in the majority of the primaries. If you wanted Bernie Sanders to win, you should have voted. Election officials aren't throwing away your votes. There's no conspiracy. Get out and vote.

  • Rebecca Yacoub
    Rebecca Yacoub 21 day ago

    Christians vs Muslims

  • JoshuaNW
    JoshuaNW 21 day ago +1

    Probably my favorite group. Very respectful and mindful of each other’s choices and opinions, well spoken individuals.

  • Julian Baxter
    Julian Baxter 22 days ago

    In Australia, voting is compulsory. No one complains about that.

  • Can We Get 10,000 Subs With No Videos

    "and i am gay"

    yeah we know

    MYATHEPOTATO 22 days ago

    I like caleb.

  • Jay Winter
    Jay Winter 22 days ago

    America is not a direct democracy by design, we're a constitutional republic, both the oldest one today and the longest lasting one since the dissolution of the Roman Republic. I do agree that the two party system is largely broken as is, but parliamentary style democracies have their own issues that can be just as destructive to the governments functionality, governments persisting without an elected leader because of a failure to form a functioning coalition is one of many examples. When it comes to democracies, you have to pick your poison, because the alternatives, socialism/communism or anarchy, have proven to be exponentially worse.

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier 17 days ago

      Wait why do you think socialism and democracy are incompatible?

  • A.m P.m
    A.m P.m 22 days ago

    Have everyone forgotten about the independent party???

  • Allen Peden
    Allen Peden 22 days ago

    It is rather disappointing these young people have lost any sense of history. (More than what a particular president makes up on social media !!!). Look back to the struggles and the lives lost in order for each of us to have the right to walk into a ballot booth to vote your conscience.
    Look back at Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in post WW I Germany (1920’s to 1940’s) and see how a group about the same size as the number of participants in your video debate members rose to to an insane mob of killers. Individuals can and do change the world!
    I do sincerely hope the “non-voters” band together and vote in 2020 for truth and fundamental human rights. -ALLEN

  • Cinnamon Wilson
    Cinnamon Wilson 22 days ago

    It's so understandable that people vote for the ones who couldn't. But it's also understandable that people who dont just believe that nothing will truly change. Like I agree with the guy by voting as a person and changing the world just by being humble and genuine. Cuz that's really the biggest impact of how to change people.

  • Tech Game
    Tech Game 23 days ago

    Government has nothing to do with religion that's why we have separation of state and religion law, government just can't make a law just like what the religion has because it's conflict and not all people are Muslim, Christian, budhhist, the others are even agnostic and athiest.

  • Complex Ez
    Complex Ez 23 days ago

    Well it's either Vote or go to Taco Tuesday

  • Alma Reyes
    Alma Reyes 24 days ago +1


  • iMean itsArt
    iMean itsArt 25 days ago

    beautiful people omg.. it's so refreshing and heart warming when you watch people of opposing opinions and beliefs come together so peacefully and share their thoughts with each other. I respect them all and I respect Jubilee: Middle Ground. I love this series.

  • Liran Piade
    Liran Piade 25 days ago

    "I believe my vote matters because I'm a woman and we didn't have that right"
    The question wasn't whether you deserve the ability to vote, the answer is yes. The question is whether your vote makes an actual difference.
    I intend on voting (beyond the fact that it's a legal requirement to vote here), because why the heck not? You don't need to be very political. All you need to do is go to the poll and cast a ticket. It's very easy, physically. If you don't care, just vote and forget about it until the next elections. It's not dishonest if you admit it.
    However, voting here in Australia matters far more than the United States. We don't have an electoral college, and unlike the United States, where if I was a voter from Texas, my vote would go to the Republican party regardless of whether I vote democratic, Republican, or don't vote. Australia's voting system is much better (and if you really insist on not voting, which... Why not? How could it possibly hurt? You can always cast an empty ticket here).
    Either way, if you want to cause change in your environment through non governmental means, that's fine, but voting won't prevent you from doing that.

  • Cole Carson
    Cole Carson 25 days ago

    This ain't an argument, if you wanna vote, vote, if you don't wanna vote, don't vote

  • dopecutie3x
    dopecutie3x 25 days ago

    they should have done this after the election

  • Daniel Duckmeister
    Daniel Duckmeister 25 days ago

    Alt-Right versus New Left

  • Demiurge Shadow
    Demiurge Shadow 26 days ago +1

    You're votes dont count. Gerrymandering and electoral college. Thats IF they are even literally counting your votes.
    And even if it did count. Do you really think we are going to fix the corruption?

  • Lauryn Perry
    Lauryn Perry 26 days ago

    People do realize that The United States of America is an “indirect democracy” or “representative democracy,” We as American citizens vote for people who we think are going to best represent our ideas and beliefs.

  • Wicked Nikki
    Wicked Nikki 26 days ago

    Do these people realize there were THREE parties during the election?? Everyone forgets about libertarians...yes it was the lesser of two evils but guess what? There was a third party this time. Stop just going by what the regular media says and do some research on your own!

  • PornHubChairman
    PornHubChairman 26 days ago

    I just don't get it. If you have the right to vote then use that right. Doesn't matter if you don't believe in the system, but at the very least use the small part of you that does believe and vote. There's really no excuse not to vote if you can vote.

  • NeverEnding Superiority
    NeverEnding Superiority 26 days ago +1

    In Australia voting is mandatory, or you get fined.

  • LF F
    LF F 26 days ago

    All i know is that i can influence the way my local criminal justice system works through my vote, and that should be reason enough to go the booth. we can choose our candidates through interacting with them and other politicians, we can tell them what policies are important to us, and we can choose a candidate in the election. From local to State to federal these elections are extremely important. a handful of votes can change a district which can change the state (red/blue). You are not going to convince me that that’s not important. I think every single one of those people who are liberal would prefer Hillary instead of trump whether or not you also prefer hillary its true that she probably more correctly aligns with their beliefs and it’s just ridiculous to me that they don’t realize how important it is to push for that even if it is the lesser of two evils

  • ZanesGaming
    ZanesGaming 26 days ago

    the real tea here is that america will always try to be "traditional" which means there will probably always be just a centrist and globalist system. they try hard to exclude libertarians as well. votes don't really matter because in the end it's just the electoral college that will be deciding, and it's just another corrupt counterpart of the american government 🤷

  • Brian Osler
    Brian Osler 27 days ago

    I live in Nebraska which is about as red as it gets. When it comes to national politics, I don’t believe my vote matters. If I vote Republican, my district will go Republican. If I vote Democrat, my district will go Republican. If I vote Libertarian, Green, or any other party, my district will go Republican. If I don’t vote, my district will go Republican.
    I do believe my vote matters on local issues, but that’s it.

  • greer Barnes
    greer Barnes 28 days ago +1

    Great vidddddd

  • Jeffertron Larsen
    Jeffertron Larsen 28 days ago

    My first opportunity to vote was either for Trump or Clinton. Neither deserved my vote so I obstained.

  • blackfemme
    blackfemme 28 days ago

    With gerrymandering and voter suppression by republicans voting is basically useless

  • Pixel Bytes
    Pixel Bytes 28 days ago

    I remember hearing back in 2012 about a service where kids can commission a volunteer to vote for them and i can't stop thinking if that's ok and if it legal.

  • Unbox therapy fan #1 Yes

    I don’t believe in same sex marriage

  • xlovlies
    xlovlies 28 days ago +1

    derrick is so smart damnn

  • Jnah Ahha
    Jnah Ahha 29 days ago

    The truth is the system is not just going to change out of thin air by wanting it to and by not voting. The system changes by voting for people who will change the system. When you don’t vote, you don’t have a say. Not voting doesn’t help anyone

  • queen Queen
    queen Queen Month ago +1

    She's not 42 WHATTT

  • Name Change.
    Name Change. Month ago +1

    😢 If I weren't already a voter I would be after this.

  • Cadamoxya_
    Cadamoxya_ Month ago

    The guy with the long hair talks about change through people's minds, which is great to a point. You change their minds, more people agree with you, great - then what? You have all these people who want the same thing, and then what? If none of them vote, nothing will change and none of those ideas get into the government. I get what he's trying to say, but short of forced takeover/revolution, the only way for those ideas you've now changed everyone's minds to won't change anything unless they're voted into power.

  • KrayKray Insane
    KrayKray Insane Month ago

    Yea we’re not a true democracy we’re a democratic republic.

  • hannah
    hannah Month ago +1

    why’d the muslim not hug the asian guy but hugged everyone else? that’s ridiculous

  • Cameron Champine
    Cameron Champine Month ago +1

    Listen head-wrap, we aren't a true democracy, it wasn't meant to be. Democracies die.

  • Greg Dundee
    Greg Dundee Month ago

    In Australia if u don't vote you get fined! It's Complusary

  • Ryan Kirzner
    Ryan Kirzner Month ago

    Three words, Constitutional Civic Duty. We have a duty as citizens to vote. That’s the simple truth.

  • imma zoorun
    imma zoorun Month ago

    If you dont vote you cant complain

    • JamesHLanier
      JamesHLanier Month ago

      Can they complain about living in a system that doesn't give them enough opportunity to vote? Election day isn't a holiday, and not everyone can get off work on a Tuesday.