If you want to "project", then the OP seems to be claiming that the majority of voters are too dumb to understand the blindingly obvious.
There is some "weapons grade" distraction and misdirection going on in this thread. Bravo!
Seeing as you seem to be reluctant to provide any supporting information to give weight to your claims or "observations", could you instead outline which of the points in my OP were so "blindingly obvious"?
- That increasing the minimum wage will increase youth unemployment?
- That enforcing stricter labour laws will reduce hiring?
- That offering free tertiary education is a great way to temporarily hide an underlying increase in youth unemployment?
- That making student allowances higher than an JobSeeker benefit will see unemployed people enrol in courses that they have no intention (and sometimes no capability) to complete?
Or perhaps you might indicate where I made any insinuation about the collective comprehension of the "majority of voters"?