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Motivating Voter Turnout by Invoking the Self
(National Academy of Sciences, 2011)
Three randomized experiments found that subtle linguistic cues have the power to increase voting and related behavior. The phrasing of survey items was varied to frame voting either as the enactment of a personal identity ...
Why Bother Asking? The Limited Value of Self-Reported Vote Intention
(John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2012)
How accurate are people when predicting whether they will vote? These self-predictions are used by political scientists to proxy for political motivation, and by public opinion researcher to predict election outcomes. Phone ...