Senior at the George Washington University in D.C., studying political science and history.
The U.S., home to about 330 million people and boasting a GDP of around $21 trillion, forms its federal governments through uniquely long and controversial elections. The EU, home to 515 million people and generating a GDP of $19 trillion, creates its governments through an entirely different series of elections that result in coalition makeup changes in Brussels. Both the U.S. and EU face similar issues within their respective electorates, while their differences in election protocol reveal varied results for new governments.
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