Why do you want to study public health: Study: election reforms in Brazil might have saved children’s lives. Here’s how.

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And there are other reasons to be skeptical of this study’s story. Other social science research has found that voters struggle to attribute policy outcomes to the political actors who were actually responsible . And requiring voters to re-register disenfranchises some legitimate voters — Karim checked that the benefits aren’t a result of reduced enfranchisement, but perhaps it has some other costs elsewhere, hard to detect. The effect also relies on local politicians having a lot of influence over health care access. Simply put, we can’t necessarily expect most electoral reforms to produce effects like these.

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