Well, actually the decision is ENTIRELY yours to make. So no pressure.
But then one thing: be sure to be part of it! As a Swiss citizen, I may not have a huge influence on how the rest of the world fares but a great one on how Switzerland, its cantons and communes fare. Just vote. I'm not going to say I don't have a favourite in the race that ends tomorrow, but I also do watch the percentage of people taking part in votes, and in my own country those numbers dwindle year after year...
So, as I said, VOTE! Pressure? What pressure?
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Despite the grumbles from some people, I am very glad I live in a country where voting is compulsory. If you don't vote, and you don't have a reasonable excuse, you get fined. I think we are amongst a minority of countries, but when you are required to make a decision at the ballot box it focuses the mind on the issues at hand.
Making it compulsory also infringes on the freedoms that people fought for.
The fact that politicians are so lame that they can get people interested in voting is part of the problem. The fact that politicians also probably prefer it that way is another. Political parties, have usurped the process in most places. They probably shouldn't be banned, but at least they should not be subsidized by the taxpayers.