The Maze and the Mirror: Voting Correctly in Direct Democracy

@inproceedings{Nai2015TheMA,
  title={The Maze and the Mirror: Voting Correctly in Direct Democracy},
  author={Alessandro Nai},
  year={2015}
}
type="main"> This article assesses the conditions under which voters are more likely to vote “correctly” in direct democratic ballots. We look for determinants of correct voting simultaneously at the individual and contextual levels through a multilevel approach. At the individual level we provide special attention to the level of sophistication and the use of cognitive heuristics. At the contextual level we will investigate how the nature and content of political campaigns—more specifically… CONTINUE READING

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