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Research question: does awareness of parties’ positions on tuition fees affect vote choice?
At least 5 academic literature
Justification: policy-making, issue-voting, relevant, interesting
Hypothesis: receiving information about the parties’ positions on tuition fees will affect vote choice, but only among the less wealthy
Dependent variable: on a scale from 1 to 5…. who would you vote for?
Design: between-subject design
(Control group and treatment group contain completely different people)
Priming or framing (both are possible, provided justification)
Treatment: 2 treatments. 1 manifesto statement, 1 social media posts by party representatives
Control: received no treatment (version 1 of the survey)
Trade-off; More internally valid than external (but even then with caution)
Target population: university students in the U.K.
Sample population: students at RHUL
N of observations: 226
Assignment of people to treatment: randomization
Representativeness: could be more representative with larger N from other institutions, but adequate.
Mean of the DV: 2.448113
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