Most people just want to get into whatever the password is blocking them from getting into. The easier that is for the average person the better. (I'm not saying that it is better, but that is their mindset.) Why do you think they choose bad passwords?
A password manager, while more secure, is inherently harder to use. People complain now about the "simple" passwords that they use. Now try forcing extremely random passwords on them, that are hard to input, much less remember, and having a single gateway device, or program, that gives them the magic password to enter facebook. The person that this would protect the most, isn't going to want to use this the most.
People will just resort to sticky notes on the monitor.
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