Beyond assimilation and contrast: Information effects, ideological magnification, and the vote
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Highlights•Empirical tests of spatial models of the vote are limited by biased assessments of party positions.•We provide a solution to common attenuation biases in equilibrium models of vote choice by incorporating information effects.•Test of our heteroscedastic proximity model show how information stretches or compresses the ideological space.

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