Published in Medical Verdicts and Law Weekly, January 31st, 2008
"For this article, we examined whether or not the much-smaller casualty totals incurred in Iraq had a similar influence on the 2006 Senate contests. We found that the change in vote share from 2000 to 2006 for Republican Senate candidates at both the state and county level was significantly and negatively related to local casualty tallies and rates," wrote D.L. Kriner and colleagues, Boston University.
The researchers concluded: "These results provide compelling evidence for the existence of...
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