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How much do radio and TV talk show hosts affect election results?Posted Monday, November 12, 2012, at 4:25 PM
This question came up at the end of one of my other posts that begged to be answered by you. Do you think certain talk radio or TV shows helped or hurt the candidates?
Which ones and why?
Do you think people listen to these to gather information, hear opposing sides or reaffirm their own beliefs?
It seem as if conservative hosts are more popular. I find it difficult to find liberal ones or am I listening to the wrong stations locally?
Who are your favorite?
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