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Disability and health problems were earlier thought to make people increasingly passive, which holds as far as voting is concerned. However, disability-based discrimination actually leads to higher than average activity in other areas, such as participating in demonstrations or contacting politicians.
Diseases decrease voter turnout, while disabilities act as catalysts of political activity | University of Helsinki www.helsinki.fi

Disability and health problems were earlier thought to make people increasingly passive, which holds as far as voting is concerned. However, according to a research group led by Mikko Mattila, a professor at the University of Helsinki, disability-based discrimination actually leads to higher than av...