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Unformatted text preview: survey answers & vector 3 For each voter i …nd the nearest neighbor match j in the treatment group H = h based on Mahalanobis distance on covariates 4 Take post-prior di¤erence in marginals for j . Apply the di¤erences to i ’ priors to …nd the simulated posterior of i s 5 Compute i ’ expected utilities and vote choice s Kendall, Nannicini & Trebbi (2014): “How Do Voters Respond to Information?” Motivation Empirical model Experimental design Reduced-form results Model estimation Counterfactual electoral campaigns Counterfactual treatment Blanket valence treatment only Predicted vote di¤erence (in percentage points) 2.2 [0.77, 3.33] Blanket ideology treatment only -2.2 [-3.37, -0.27] Blanket valence plus ideology treatment 0.5 [-0.73, 1.84] Valence treatment to center & right valence & ideology to left 1.3 [-0.19, 2.37] Ideology to center & right valence & ideology to left -2.4 [-3.87, -0.92] Actual electoral campaign e¤ect 1.8 [1.23, 3.14] Bootst...
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