I am curious about the bipartisan divide in this country. But there is an additional segment that Gallup says makes up about 36 percent of people: moderates. Is this segment less civically engaged because of not having strong political leaning like liberals and conservatives do, albeit in opposite directions? Does that engagement translate to being overrepresented at the ballot box in the same way old people are?
By the way, I'm talking about those who describe themselves as moderate not necessarily independent. I want to know about their voting rate compared to more ideologically inclined citizens.