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The surprising relationship between the weather and voting

A woman inserts her ballot into an intake machine in the garage of Tom and Carol Marshall, which was made into a polling location in the neighborhood, during the U.S. presidential election in Los Angeles, California November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION POLITICS ELECTIONS) - GM1E8B70AYA01

“We found that for every 10C increase in temperature, voter turnout increased by 1.4%.” Image: REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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