Voices of Emory
Will negative campaign advertising affect your vote in the presidential
Pathology, Emory Hospital
"No, it won't affect my vote. I feel each candidate's history should
speak for itself. I go by who I feel will be the best candidate and who
will help out the people of America."
Division of Religion
"It will only affect my vote in the sense that I will have less
sympathy for the candidates who use negative advertising. But there should
be a distinction between negative advertising and advertising that actually
draws a distinction between the policies of the candidates."
"No, it won't affect my vote. Each party has something negative
to say about the other. It's up to the individuals to make good choices."
"No. It's all propaganda. I don't let that bother me. I listen more
to what they actually say and how they feel, rather than the propaganda.
It might affect the way other people vote, but it's not something that I
pay attention to."
"Normally I don't really pay too much attention to what's on television.
It's all sales hype. I base my decision on the person's track record and
the things he has done to impact issues that pertain to me."
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