What is Duopoly?

Definition and meaning of duopoly: A duopoly is an oligopoly in which two firms dominate the entire market. It is a situation in which two large political parties, or two powerful individual candidates, have near-total control over the political system, leaving little room for independent candidates or dissenting voices. This type of two-party system is unrepresentative of the diversity of political opinion in a society and can lead to policies that don't reflect the needs of the people.

GOOD PARTY

Tired of politics as usual?

Become part of the movement to end America's political dysfunction.
Frame 6