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AbstractVoters hold governments to account through elections, but which criteria are most important to voter evaluations of incumbent performance? While (economic) outcomes have long been central to studies of retrospective voting, recent studies have considered the influence of policy output—the policies implemented by incumbents to achieve their goals. Building on this promising development, this study identifies three ways in which policy output is expected to affect voter evaluations ofdoi:10.1007/s43545-020-00030-4 fatcat:j4i7ly65dnhclcsgwafj6u5jam