Apparently people are distressed at how few people vote in midterm, off-year and primary elections. When asked, most say that if they don't vote, it is because of "lack of interest" or "time constraints." Latinos cite the latter as reason for not voting; white people name the former.
Some of the findings are very heartening because they point to simple remedies to low participation that are already in the works:
California has a chance to set an example to other large, low-participation states if we can win these reforms.