When does a candidate’s inconsistency matter to the voter? An experimental investigation

A review of the literature indicates that there is little research on how voters respond to candidates’ inconsistency on issues.

When does a candidate's inconsistency matter to the voter? An experimental investigation

Kiran Karande, PhDOld Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

F. Mark Case, PhDEastern Kentucky University

Tarek Mady, PhDAmerican University in Dubai

INTRODUCTION

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