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This study investigates the perceived impact of election polls, focusing on the hotly contested 2000 U.S. presidential election. Survey data from 558 individuals gathered during the final days of the election campaign are analyzed to examine beliefs that the polls greatly affect other voters,...
There is growing research on voting behavior in referendums. However, the dynamics of opinion formation in popular referendums, referendums initiated by the electorate to approve or reject decisions made by representative bodies, has not yet been studied. This is especially unfortunate as voting...
The need for orientation is the most prominent contingent condition for agenda-setting effects. It provides a psychological explanation for why people engage in information seeking and why some people are susceptible to agenda-setting effects while others are not. The purpose of this paper is to...
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