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Voters Privileging Candidates' Personalities?

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Voters Privileging Candidates' Personalities?

Voters Privileging Candidates' Personalities?

Voters Privileging Candidates' Personalities?

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Do most voters choose their candidate based on issues? Or, do they vote for the person they would most like to have a beer with?

As our special series continues, we take a look at the psychology of voting.

Farai Chideya speaks with Robert Luskin, associate professor of communication and research advisor at the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford University.

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