Report: School-based polling places may influence undecided voters

07/2/2008 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

People who cast their votes inside schools were more likely to vote in favor of school-funding measures, according to University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and Stanford researchers. Researchers say the effect is probably stronger among people who enter the polling place without already harboring strong opinions about school funding.

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