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Analyzing data from a survey of South Korean respondents, this study explores the role of news media in informing the audience about politics. In particular, it is examined whether different forms of news media function to increase the gap in political knowledge between socioeconomic classes....
Research on public attitudes toward controversial science seem to be divided between a camp that relies on a ‘scientific literacy model’, which states that increase in public knowledge of science is related to increase in public support, and a camp contending that the ‘miserly’ public will rely...
In this article, we analyze the accuracy of over 70 published and 19 unpublished pre-election polls reporting results pertaining to the April 2006 election for the Chamber of Deputies in Italy and apply a new measure of predictive accuracy, A, recently introduced in the U.S. context. The...
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