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This is not a stupid vote; it is simply an uninformed vote.
I suggest that the supporters of UKIP are far from uninformed and that such a label can be attached to Mr Craven himself.
com, that can help uninformed voters become informed voters:
One representative group was left uninformed as to the performance of students at its local schools.
Hofmann and Nell (2011) compare fee-for-advice and commission systems in a duopoly market with uninformed consumers, where only matching matters.
Rick Perry praises Dewhurst's conservative record and criticizes some backers of former Solicitor General Ted Cruz as uninformed.
Sometimes that opinion is informed and thus valid and sometimes it's uninformed and thus invalid.
An uninformed buyer showing up at your shop is an opportunity for you to help him become an informed buyer.
The broader public is uninformed that the program for self-employment has been functioning in Macedonia for the last three years.
We define an asset to be perfectly liquid if a portfolio manager can trade the quantity she desires when she desires at a price not worse than the uninformed expected value.
Leave the public uninformed that racehorses are routinely injected with drugs, from Lasix to keep blood from filling the lungs to morphine to dull persistent muscle and bone pains.
Aiming to narrow this gap, Overlooked and Uninformed highlights the challenges faced by policymakers, health professionals, and other adults, as well as young people themselves, in protecting their health and fights.