On Mar 5, 2008, at 1:17 PM, Carrol Cox wrote:
> Has anyone ever asked and attempted to answer any question like the
> What percentage of voters in a given election were more than
> watchers of TV News?
> What percentage of voters in a given election had ever listened to the
> candidates on TV?
Don't have info on voters at hand, but Pew regularly asks questions about news consumption. E.g.:
As of Jan 11, 60% of public gets election news on TV. 43% have watched a debate - an audience that skews older. 38% get campaign news from cable TV. 24% get it from the Internet.
Soooo....most people don't watch cable news as much as my household does, but the number of people who've never watched a candidate on TV, a group that includes you as I recall, is small.