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2005 Readership Survey How much trust do you have in your local newspaper when it comes to reporting the news about politics and political campaigns? Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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How much trust do you have in your local newspaper when it comes to reporting the news about politics and political campaigns?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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How much trust do you have in your local television news when it comes to reporting the news about politics and political campaigns?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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Are you currently registered to vote in Alabama?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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Political Affiliation: Democrat, Republican, or an Independent?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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How likely are you to vote in the next year’s Gubernatorial election?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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When thinking about elections further down on the ballot like Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and Supreme Court, when would you say that you make up your mind on whom to vote for?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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When thinking about elections of major offices like Governor and U.S. Senate, when would you say that you make up your mind on whom to vote for?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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Which form of campaign advertising is most valuable to you by providing information to make a decision on who you will vote for?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005

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In a political election, are you more likely to read candidate brochures you receive through the mail or a candidate brochure you receive as an insert in your local newspaper?

Base: 3,323,678 total adults age 18+ in the State of Alabama

Source: Anzalone – Liszt Research, Inc. January 19-26, 2005