Campaigning Online: The Internet in U.S. Elections

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4.1. Effect of partisanship on the reason for visiting a presidential campaign site for the first time119
4.2. Audience overlap at the presidential level120
4.3. Theoretical relationship between partisanship and voluntary exposure to dissimilar political views122
4.4. Actual relationship between partisanship and crossover viewing of presidential Web sites123
5.1. Schematic hierarchy of Web site effects on citizens127
5.2. Effect of partisanship on repeat visits to presidential Web sites129
5.3. Effects of presidential Web sites on feelings toward candidates136
5.4. Schematic representation of incidence of presidential Web site effects on citizens141
A.1. Construction of the national Web audience sample, the national comparison sample, and the two panel-back samples185

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