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Decentralisation and NGOs Mean s.e. Respondent characteristics Education All 4.49 (0.06) Politicians 7.58 (0.27) Land Owned All 2.26 (0.06) Politicians 5.98 (0.54) % Eligible for reservation All 60.90 (0.70) Politicians 48.70 (0.31) % with Family political history All 6.70 (0.3) Politicians 25.30 (2.7) Perceptions and Voting Behavior % of non-politician households who Believe Pradhan looks after village needs 38.40 (0.7) Believe Pradhan keeps election promises 36.10 (0.7) Vote for group identity 8.72 (0.39) Vote for candidate quality 36.08 (0.66) Household characteristics % with BPL card All 21.70 (0.6) Politicians 24.20 (2.6) % with Home improvements All 6.40 (0.32) Politicians 7.59 (1.14) Institutions Fraction households of single largest 42.19 (.30) non SC/ST caste Pradhan reservation (% of GPs) 32.17 (2.91) Female non SC/ST 19.79 (0.52) SC/ST 13.08 (0.44) Salary 1.64 (0.01) Literacy rate 42.20 (1.16) Gram Sabha meetings (% of villages) 77.95 (2.60) Notes:
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