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How to vote for president when you don’t like the candidates

How do voters select a candidate when no one they like is on the ballot? Behavioral scientists have studied decision-making – including voting – for decades. However, researchers usually give respondents at least one appealing option to choose from. This led us to wonder: What do voters do when...
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