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Dial-In Democracy: Talk Radio and the 1994 Election
Louis Bolce, Gerald De Maio, and Douglas Muzzio examine the political orientations and voting behavior of talk radio listeners in the 1994 elections. The data reveal that talk radio listeners are a politically conservative, attentive, and engaged public.

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