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Elections Included

Analyses with Multilevel Ordered Regression Models

Further Examination of the Electoral System as a Conditioning Factor

District Magnitude as a Conditioning Factor

Political Sophistication, Vote Choice Optimality, Satisfaction, and the Electoral System

Accounting for Leader Affect

References for the Supplementary Material

Figure SM1: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy according to District Magnitude

Figure SM2: The Optimality of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy according to District Magnitude

Figure SM3: Differences in Political Sophistication among Optimal and Non-Optimal Winners across Electoral Systems

Table SM1: CSES Module I and II Countries and Elections

Table SM2: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy, Ordinal Multilevel Models

Table SM3: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy According to the Electoral System

Table SM4: The Marginal Effect of Optimal and Non-Optimal Victory on the Probability of Satisfaction in Majoritarian and Non-Majoritarian Electoral Systems

Table SM5: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy, Controlling for Political Sophistication

Table SM6: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy According to the Electoral System, Controlling for Political Sophistication

Table SM7: The Nature of the Vote Choice, Winning, and Satisfaction with Democracy, Accounting for Leader Affect

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