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When judging a voter's decision, does that voter's reason for casting their vote influence moral and interpersonal judgments about them? In the context of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, past research suggests two competing predictions. First, people regularly account for an actor's intentions when forming judgments of the actor, indicating that judgments may vary according to a voter's motives. However, people are unlikely to see nuance amongst outgroups, especially amidst divisivedoi:10.1080/1047840x.2014.877340 fatcat:ntdm5nzn4rg6bjp4if63ftav5q