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The consistency of these results suggests Democrats are coalescing a powerful coalition of the very voters that polls have shown are the most disenchanted, even disgusted, by Trump’s performance and behavior as president.
Turkish star Hakan Calhanoglu is said to have already grown disenchanted at AC Milan, despite only joining in the summer.
But several years later, Mapfumo became disenchanted with the government as Mugabe and his ministers enriched themselves while Zimbabweans became more destitute.
Experts agree the group’s territorial losses will not mark the end of IS, which will continue its insurgency and try to inspire attacks around the globe by disenchanted individuals.
The council said 61 percent of the nation's 18 million voters participated, a rate far higher than many people had anticipated in a country where many have grown disenchanted and apathetic.
Anti-government candidates were projected in polls to win more than half the races, but this success depended heavily on their ability to motivate disenchanted voters.
As the country spirals further into economic calamity, the election is likely to be scrutinized as an indicator of both how much support President Nicolas Maduro maintains and whether the opposition is still able to mobilize disenchanted supporters.
Another had become disenchanted after stalling it in a wash.
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