Information Heterogeneity, Complexity and the Vote Calculus

@inproceedings{Roy2011InformationHC,
  title={Information Heterogeneity, Complexity and the Vote Calculus},
  author={Jason Roy},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract This study uses data from the Australian, British, Canadian, New Zealand, and US election studies (21 studies in total) to examine the effect of political information on the vote calculus across time and countries. In doing so, two core questions are addressed. First, do differences in political information affect how individuals arrive at their vote choice? The expectation is that there will be a positive relationship between information level and the number and difficulty of factors… CONTINUE READING

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