Supporters at an event for president-elect Donald Trump's "USA Thank You Tour" in Hershey, PA on December 12, 2016. Credit: Michael Vadon.
Dec
20
2016

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Trump Voters Discuss Their Expectations for the President-Elect
Undecided sign. Credit; Flickr/Eden, Janine and Jim.
Nov
18
2016

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Undecided Voters in Charlotte, N.C., Offers Views on the Election
Polling station.
Sep
19
2016

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Milwaukee Swing Voters Discuss the 2016 Presidential Candidates
Pittsburgh factory at night. Credit: Raja Sambasivan.
Jul
11
2016

Peter Hart

Pittsburgh Blue-Collar Voters Discuss Trump and the 2016 Election
Donald Trump speaks at a rally. Credit: Matthew Trudeau.
Apr
11
2016

Peter Hart

Talking Trump: St. Louis GOP Voters Focus on Policy and Personality
Dec
3
2015

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Ohio voters offer views on GOP and Democratic front-runners for president

Overcoming the Effects of Selectively Presented Scientific Information in Partisan Media

Scientists can minimize the likelihood that their message will be rejected in a politically polarized environment by avoiding advocacy, relying on trusted sources, and inviting the audience to understand the evidence that justifies the scientific conclusion, according to a new study by Annenberg Public Policy Center researchers published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It showed that conservatives were able to draw the correct inferences about the downward trend in the Arctic sea ice despite exposure to a misleading Fox News report.