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This study tests the hypothesis that poll data have a weaker influence on voter judgment of the distribution of opinions than do exemplars, i.e. media presentations of statements by individual voters. In an experiment, 274 student subjects read a newspaper story containing poll results and voter...
This exploratory study, a survey of 305 heads of household in Monterrey, Mexico, investigated public opinion during a six-month period in 1982 which saw a changeover of presidential incumbents. During the transition, respondents were polled about their willingness to express their opinion about...
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