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The study of public attitudes toward continental integration has a long lineage in Canada. Still, the research literature has neglected the effect of spatial proximity to the United States. This maintains even though the cross-border trade, travel, and social ties constituting the daily reality...
The distinction between polling and public relationspublicizing particular angles, setting expectations, and encouraging certain actionsis problematic. So, too, the assumptions that accurate predictions depend on pollsters asking unbiased questions, and that opinion polls are miniature...
Nationally representative surveys administered in the Middle East and North Africa typically are conducted using methodological techniques developed from outside the region. Sometimes these best practices require modification for local contexts, and one commonbut costlyadaptation is to use teams...
Using national telephone survey data collected immediately after the 2008 U.S. presidential election (N 600), this study examines real-world consequences of inaccurate political rumors. First, individuals more willingly believe negative rumors about a candidate from the opposing party than from...
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