By Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein
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Thank goodness, they might say, that those whose political views are most drastically formed and reformed by television news do so little to make those views felt. This conclusion should be resisted, however, since the implications of our experimental results require a more complicated story. The story is more complicated because for the first time our experimental results fail to be fully corroborated by findings from survey research. We find the politically engaged to be less responsive to experimentally-induced alterations in the media's agenda; analysts of public opinion, in contrast, often find just the reverse.
Although we detected priming in every experiment, the effects were more pronounced in sequential experiments than in assemblage experiments. 37 vs. 11). This contrast is strongly reminiscent of the pattern of results we found with respect to agendasetting in chapter 3. There, as here, periodic exposure spread over several days appeared to be more influential than a single concentrated exposure. 10 The next several chapters probe more deeply into priming. We will see whether priming can be detected not only in viewers' assessments of the president s performance but also in assessments of his character (chapter 8); whether priming is strengthened when the news implies that the president or his administration is responsible for the problem (chapter 9); who among the viewing public is most susceptible to priming (chapter 10); and how, if at all, priming influences the considerations that voters take into account as they cast their ballots (chapter 11).
We find the politically engaged to be less responsive to experimentally-induced alterations in the media's agenda; analysts of public opinion, in contrast, often find just the reverse. To be sure, it is most accurate to say that on this point, the survey evidence is mixed. , Weaver, Graber, McCombs, and Eyal 1981). , MacKuen 1981, 1984). This result obviously diverges from our own. How can the two be reconciled? 10 Attitude change requires both reception and acceptance: the power of television news to set the public's agenda testifies to its capacity to reach a wide audience (reception) with pictures and words that many find compelling (acceptance).