Jul 12 2010

How Does Political Advertising Not Influence Voters?

I have been doing research for a while now on the following statement for my television broadcasting class: “Political advertising influences the way people vote”
However I need to find research that DISAGREES with that statement. But it’s hard to find information on it so far. So if anyone has any ideas on how political ads does not influence voters, I would highly appreciate it. Thanks in advance!

3 Comments on this post


  1. Dave H said:

    1, Once bitten -twice shy
    2,We have heard it all before
    3,Promises promises
    4, A Leopard never changes his spots
    5, Don’t bite the hand that feeds you
    These tell you everything you need to know, Think about it.

    July 12th, 2010 at 2:00 pm
  2. Anthony said:

    The only instance I can think of is where the viewer is not susceptible to advertising tricks because he or she may also be an advertiser/marketing personnel, pr practitioner or journalist (or even a well educated person) and can see the transparency of the advertisement.

    July 12th, 2010 at 6:08 pm
  3. Sami V said:

    It may not deliver the right message and reach all voters!

    July 12th, 2010 at 7:47 pm


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