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Title: Survey on Political Traits and Media Use
Creators: Tan Tarn How 
External Contact: IPS Public Data Sharing Platform
Subject: Media use
Internet use
Political traits
Political talk
Political interest
Political participation
DOI: doi:10.25540/9PBP-XXC2

This study, conducted in 2010, assessed how people use the Internet and traditional media for political information, and what is their trust of and assessment of the importance of the different media as a source of political information. It looked at the variables of demographics, of political traits (namely, political interest, knowledge, political talk, self-efficacy, cynicism and participation), of media use and of attitudes towards the media (both of the Internet and other media), and of the relationships between these variables.

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Related Publications: 10635/142775
Citation: Tan Tarn How (2011). Survey on Political Traits and Media Use. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. [Dataset].
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