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Shot by the Messenger: Partisan Cues and Public Opinion Regarding National Security and War

Shot by the Messenger: Partisan Cues and Public Opinion Regarding National Security and War

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messages of intra-party harmony tend to be ignored by the news ... internal disputes, especially within the governing party, generally receive prominent coverage... We examine how messages of party conflict and cooperation affect public opinion regarding national security... how the reputations of media outlets matter...

credible communication (i.e., “costly” rhetoric harmful to a party) is more influential than “cheap talk”... media outlets perceived as ideologically hostile can actually enhance the credibility of certain messages relative to “friendly” news sources.

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