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Title: Impact of New Media on General Election 2011
Creators: Tan Tarn How 
External Contact: IPS Public Data Sharing Platform
Subject: Singapore General Election
Media use
Internet use
Political attitudes
Political participation
DOI: doi:10.25540/TB3A-HF67

This nationwide study aimed to understand the media usage habits of Singaporeans along with their political activity during the 2011 election. Respondents were asked about how they use different media, from newspapers to television, blogs, Facebook and Twitter. The survey also examined their political attitudes, their political activities during the polls and their voting decisions.

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Related Publications: 10635/142769
Citation: Tan Tarn How (2011). Impact of New Media on General Election 2011. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. [Dataset].
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