By Columbia GSB November 30, 2016 Leave a Comment
  • Analysis of Brexit, the Scotland vote, and 100 years of US elections finds wind speed affects voting outcomes  
  • A windy day make voters more likely to vote for status-quo preserving option
  • Low winds make voters more willing to take risks and vote for change

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