Say there is a large election between two candidates 𝐴 and 𝐵. A winning would have a utility value of 100, B winning would have utility value 0. Going out and voting would add a (sub)value of -1 because of the inconvenience. My belief that my vote will make a difference is 0.001 and I figure out that not voting maximizes expected utility. But then I realize that other potential voters are likely to go through the same thought process as you. I estimate that around 1% of 𝐴’s supporters might go through the same process of deliberation as you and will reach the same conclusion that you will reach.
Does this change the causal expected utility of voting? Does it change the evidential expected utility (without having to make calculations)?