Carbonyl groups are electron defficient, right? Alkyl groups are better electron donors than a hydrogen. A ketone has two alkyl groups donating electron density by induction whereas an aldehyde only has one. So an aldehyde carbonyl is more electron defficient than a ketone. Furthermore, there is a small steric difference. In this particular case the steric influence is more pronounced because the ketone is in a ring.
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