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Probit marginal eects reported fixed eects for survey

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Unformatted text preview: .021 [0.023] Incumbent share 0.110*** [0.033] 0.035 [0.043] 0.051 [0.045] Incumbent parties 0.123*** [0.032] 0.005 [0.053] 0.022 [0.044] Units: 1,455 eligible voters (turnout), 1,306 actual voters (incumbent share and incumbent parties). Probit marginal e¤ects reported. Fixed e¤ects for survey date included. Robust standard errors clustered at the precinct level in brackets. Kendall, Nannicini & Trebbi (2014): “How Do Voters Respond to Information?” Conclusion Motivation Empirical model Experimental design Reduced-form results Model estimation Conclusion Voters’beliefs about incumbent (summary stats) Reference group: mail or no message Valence Ideology Double by phone by phone by phone Valence mode 0.326** [0.157] -0.039 [0.144] -0.092 [0.096] -0.052*** [0.013] 0.002 [0.018] -0.003 [0.018] Ideology mode -0.049 [0.052] -0.104** [0.052] -0.052 [0.059] Ideology uncertainty -0.052* [0.023] -0.046** [0.019] -0.032 [0.019] Valence uncertainty Units: 1,455 eligible voters. OLS coe¢ cients (mod...
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