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Vote Intention in November: Evidence from an Early September Survey   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Document: "The results of a survey conducted of registered voters in seven battleground states by the Stanford-MIT [Massachusetts Institute of Technology] Healthy Elections Project suggest that although the U.S. will see historic levels of mail voting in November, the levels are below what similar studies showed just a couple of months ago. While the results cannot directly address the issue of causality, the pattern of results unsurprisingly suggests that the partisan differences that have emerged over mail balloting explain the reduced ardor over voting by mail. Less than half the respondents from six of the seven states studied (Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin) report they are likely to vote by mail in November."

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2020-09-20
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Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project
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Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project: https://healthyelections.org/
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