“Voter Confidence in the 2018 Election: So Long to the Winner’s Effect?”

Charles Stewart: For the past two decades, Americans have consistently exhibited a “winner’s effect” in judging whether votes were counted fairly in elections.  The 2018 election broke that pattern. In particular, prior to 2018, it was common for voters who … Continue reading →

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