UMaine psychology lecturer Jordan LaBouff was interviewed by ABC News about his research into how where one votes might affect how one votes. LaBouff, who conducted the research while he was at Baylor University, and colleagues surveyed 99 people outside either religious or nonreligious landmarks in London and Maastricht, Netherlands. Regardless of their religious views, people surveyed near a church responded with more conservative views on a range of political issues, from border patrol to gay marriage.
ABC News Interviews LaBouff on Polling Locations
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