The Winning Message: Candidate Behavior, Campaign Discourse, and Democracy

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4.1 Selected Results Concerning the Effect of Campaign Ads page57
5.1 Dialogue Experiment: Strategic Combinations and Results81
5.2 Dialogue Experiment: Strategies' Overall Effect on Vote83
5.3 Inoculation Experiment: Strategic Combinations and Results84
5.4 Inoculation Experiment: Strategies' Overall Effect on Vote85
5.5 Survey Results: 1994 California Races86
5.6 Survey Results: Relationship of Prop. 184 and Gubernatorial Votes87
6.1 Races Included in the Analyses of Senate Campaigns95
6.2 Comparison of Races Included to All Senate Races97
6.3 Details on Total, Horserace, and Substantive Coverage by Race98
6.4 The Information Flow's Dimensions101
6.5 Summary of Coverage by Dimension105
6.6 Instant and Sustained Dialogue Lines by Race108
6.7 Descriptions of Measures Used in Dialogue Effects Analysis112
6.8 Correlations Across Indicators of Dialogue113
6.9 The Effects of Instant and Sustained Dialogue116
6.10 The Effects of Composite Dialogue Measures with Controls119
7.1 Analysis of Editorial Effects: Substantive Coverage by Paper (sorted)127
7.2 Analysis of Editorial Effects: Substantive Coverage by Region129
7.3 Level of Dialogue by Dimension (sorted)131

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