The American electorate intuitively senses the phenomenon of complexity of information processing (CIP) in political candidates. Without exception, American voters elected the presidential candidate with higher CIP, or current potential, in the cases studied. When current potential proved equal, the candidate with higher future potential (the younger of the two) emerged victorious. When current potential and future potential were even, as was the case of Bush versus Gore, 2000, the closest vote in election history resulted.
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