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(Vol 2, Issue 2, 2007, pp 139-154)
Recent work in political science has taken up the question of issue voting under conditions of uncertainty – situations in which voters have imperfect information about the policy positions of candidates. We move beyond the assumption of a particular spatial utility function and develop a model to estimate voters' preferences for risk. Contrary to the maintained hypothesis in the literature, voters do not appear to have the strongly risk averse preferences implied by quadratic preferences.
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This file contains the data that is required to replicate the data on your own system.DOI: 10.1561/100.00005055_supp