The first is that, to a large degree, race is already baked in to the two-party system.
Another reason is they are just exasperated by the two-party system.
“The two-party system in Massachusetts is broken,” Johnson told the Boston Globe when he announced the PAC.
More than 80 percent said there were problems with the two-party system, and 31 percent wanted to see a third party emerge.
In 2006, Friedman criticized the two-party system as corrupt and ineffective.
Which means that in the United States, people can vent their anger within the two-party system rather than against it.
And under a two-party system, as ours is probably bound to remain, the independent voter usually holds the balance of power.
So far as the two-party system is concerned, what effect does it have when there are no differences between the two parties?