Comment 77696

By CouldaWouldaShoulda (anonymous) | Posted May 31, 2012 at 20:00:19 in reply to Comment 77651

And after a little Googling, I see that you weren't talking about that at all.

"80% of your benefits come from 20% of your efforts."'

I'd actually like to read an expansion of this as it pertains to Hamilton, what you mean by the statement (maybe an article for RTH?) but for now, I'll continue on my original tack: we have roughly 400,000 Hamiltonians who are capable of activism. (Subtracting from the population those too old and too young. And no, this isn't a scientific effort.)

Given that only about 140,000 out of just over 353,000 potential voters were 'activists' in the last election, how many of that 400,000 figure do you feel can be considered part of ongoing 'activism' in the city?

Ten percent would be 40,000.
Do you believe we have that many people who are active?

Five percent would be 20,000.
Is this still too high a number?

I know what figure I have in mind, but I'm curious as to what others think.

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