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Impacting the Big Economic Argument
Wednesday, August 22 2012
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Download this file (DCor.ecnweb.FQ.08012012.WEBSITE.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]1676 Kb
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These graphs analyze results from a national web survey of likely 2012 voters.  This experiment tested videos of nationally-recognized economists speaking about economic problems and presenting solutions based on their analysis.  This was a powerful and successful experiment, which produced a great deal of learning. We were able to successfully measure moment-to-moment reactions, speakers’ credibility and memorability, their impact on partisan economic positions, delivery on key tenets, and the big economic argument.[1]

 

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