Unmarried voters

This year, 48% of eligible voters are unmarried, up from 30% in 1974, census figures show. The 2016 presidential race will be the first one where there are more unmarried women eligible to vote than married women, according to Brookings Institution demographer William Frey.

 from the Wall Street Journal 
Those who eschew the delights
of marriage (and sometimes the fights)
should get half a vote,
since they do denote
abuse of their marital rights. 

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