Political Information Efficacy and News Consumption in Young Citizens Lynda Lee Kaid University of Florida Youth Indifference to News Conference University of Georgia October 8-11, 2006
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Lynda Lee Kaid
University of Florida
Youth Indifference to News Conference University of Georgia
October 8-11, 2006
figure out who to vote for.
(Kaid, Hendren, Yun, Landreville, & Postelnicu, 2005; Kaid, Landreville, Postelnicu, & Martin, 2005; Kaid & Postelnicu, 2005; Kaid, Postelnicu, Landreville, & LeGrange, 2006-forthcoming)
(McKinney & Chattopadhyay, 2006-forthcoming).
19% Independent; 4% Greens; 1%none
7% Asian; 6% African-Amer.; 7% mixed or other
Forward Multiple Linear Regression R2 = .48
(Controlled for Political Party ID, Race, Newspaper exposure, speaking with others, radio news, watching the Daily Show)
Voted Did not vote
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