In 2020, Democrats need millennials to turn out. Vote shaming apps can help. Research done here in Michigan shows that informing prospective voters that whether they vote or not is public information, and that it will be shared with their neighbors, both dramatically increase their likelihood of voting more than any other method and that it makes them angry.
“It proved to be the most effective intervention ever uncovered by an order of magnitude,” said Todd Rogers, a professor of public policy at Harvard who specializes in education and voting behavior.
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