Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-29-2017

Published In

Statistics And Public Policy

Abstract

Recently, voter ID laws have been instituted, modified or overturned in many states in the US. As these laws change, it is important to have accurate measures of their impact. We present the data collection methods and results of class projects that attempted to quantify the impact of the voter ID laws in areas of three states. We also summarize the types of data used to assess the impact of voter ID laws and discuss how our data address some of the shortcomings of the usual techniques for assessing the impact of voter ID laws.

Keywords

voter ID laws, exit polling, community-based learning, observational study

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