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A Simple Change in Phrasing Can Increase Voter Turnout

A Simple Change in Phrasing Can Increase Voter Turnout

Christopher Bryan, Postdoctoral Psychology Researcher
Co-authors, Greg Walton, Carol Dweck and Todd Rogers

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Voting: when are you more likely to do it?

In a paper published this week, researchers found that people are more likely to vote if a subtle change in the wording of a few questions makes them focus on themselves as a voter rather than voting as a task. Psychology researcher Christopher Bryan is lead author of the study.