Does the location of polling stations change how people vote?

Daniel Finkelstein poses the question, based on the finding of an academic survey:

The fact that polling stations are generally located in schools and other public buildings influences how people vote [in the US]. It makes proposals to protect school funding more potent.

More in his post over on The Times.

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