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Problem was here as OP has already deduced.

 const evaluationResults = state.evaluationResults;

This was causing a state-mutation which goes against Redux principles. Although the state values were being updated in OP's proceeding code, the changes were being made to the same, initial object in reference. Redux does not register it as a new-state so it found no need to re-render our component. To get your connected-component to re-render we need a completely new redux-state.

To achieve this, we need to create a brand-new copy of evaluationResults like so and then the OP's feature will work as expected:

const evaluationResults = [...state.evaluationResults];

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