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Title: New study finds how Kerala-Bengal decided who to vote for between centre and state in 2019
Authors: Ray, Subhasish
Varughese, Anil
Keywords: Elections
Public opinion
Voting behavior
Political parties
Economic voting
Multi-level polities
Federalism
Pro-poor politics
BJP
Right-wing populism
South Asia
West Bengal
Kerala
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2021
Publisher: The Print
Citation: Ray, S. and Varughese, A. (September 07, 2021). New study finds how Kerala-Bengal decided who to vote for between centre and state in 2019. The Print
Abstract: Jindal and Carleton university scholars studied Junglemahal and Thiruvananthapuram voters to find they accurately attributed responsibility between Centre and state govts.
URI: https://theprint.in/opinion/new-study-how-kerala-bengal-decided-who-to-vote-for-between-centre-state-in-2019/728820/
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