The Role of Trusted Messengers in Countering Disinformation
Oct 6th, 2022
To shed light on the efficacy of three messenger personas in shaping reactions to false narratives, Equis conducted a panel test of 5,516 Latino adults in the United States in partnership with Civis Analytics.
8,100 registered Hispanic voters were interviewed across 11 battleground states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin) from July 8-29, 2019.
A high-level analysis of Latino voter trends in the 2022 election. Many narratives — some more substantiated than others — contributed to a sense of uncertainty around Latino voting in the lead-up to the midterms. But what factors ended up shaping the final results, and what do they portend for 2024?
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