Lodge and Taber propose and empirically test motivated political reasoning that predicts that when citizens think about familiar political leaders, groups and issues, their prior feelings spontaneously bias how information is encoded, retrieved, evaluated and acted upon.
|AUTOR||Milton Lodge, Charles S. Taber|
|DATEINAME||The Rationalizing Voter.pdf|
18 Jul 2016 ... ... Debunking Ohio's Rationalization for Discriminating Against Voters ... If the voter then shows up to vote in an election without re-registering ... Instead, voters often do the opposite: adopting their preferred party's issue positions as their own (rationalization). Is the same true in emerging democracies ...