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  • The Very Real Mental Ramifications of Extremely Long Elections

    Vice - 02/04/2020

    Costas Panagopoulos, a professor of political science at Northeastern University who studies voting behavior, campaigns, and political psychology, said people should consider how much information, and what kind, they need about each candidate to make a voting decision, and once you reach that threshold, take a step back.

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