Romantic bribes to vote! You in?

If all of the commercials, texts, emails, and social media posts still haven’t convinced you to vote . . . maybe some LIGHT GROPING will? According to a new survey, 3.4% of people say they’d use a “romantic bribe” to convince someone to vote. The survey didn’t define “romantic bribe,” so you might think it means a nice candlelit dinner and violin music . . . or your mind might go where all of our minds went, which is straight into the pants. Men were twice as likely to say they’d offer a “romantic bribe” as women. The survey also found 20.5% of people would try to guilt someone into voting . . . 10.5% would use reverse psychology . . . 6.6% would use a food bribe . . . and 5% would use a cash bribe.




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