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Political Behavior

, Volume 40, Issue 4, pp 1073–1074 | Cite as

Correction to: The Consequences of Explicit and Implicit Gender Attitudes and Candidate Quality in the Calculations of Voters

  • Cecilia Hyunjung Mo
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Correction to: Polit Behav (2015) 37:357–395 DOI 10.1007/s11109-014-9274-4

The original version of this article contains a labelling mistake. Table 3 reports the quality score by ABA Rating. The order of the labels under “Weak ranking” in Table 3 is incorrect. The correction strengthens the claim in the article that the study participants were more likely to assign higher likability score to candidates with objectively better ABA ratings. The corrected Table 3 is given below.
Table 3

Candidate ABA ratings

ABA rating

Quality score

Strong ranking

 

 Well qualified

4.84

 Well qualified (substantial majority)/qualified (minority)

4.73

 Well qualified (majority)/qualified (minority)

4.78

 Qualified

4.69

Weak ranking

 

 Qualified (substantial majority)/not qualified (minority)

4.22

 Qualified (majority)/not qualified (minority)

4.20

 Qualified (minority)/not qualified (majority)

4.10

 Qualified (minority)/not qualified (substantial majority)

4.11

 Not qualified

3.92

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Political ScienceVanderbilt UniversityNashvilleUSA

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