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Campaign Advertising, Issue Environments, and Latino Political Behavior in 2004 House Elections
Unformatted Document Text:  11 Robust standard errors in brackets ***p < .01, **p < .05, *p < .10 The second set of analyses models actual voter turnout in the 2004 general election as a function of a traditional set of predictors (Model 3) and then adds in the measure of immigration advertising density (Model 4). The sample size for these models is limited, because the post- election turnout questoin was only asked of a small number of respondents in the NAES rolling cross-sectional sampling design. Table 2: Voter Turnout in the 2004 General Election Model 3 Model 4 Age 0.021*** 0.020** [.008] [.009] Income -0.006 -0.015 [.084] [.084] Education -0.031 -0.008 [.066] [.065] Female 0.509* 0.508* [.284] [.294] Church Attendance 0.024 0.033 [.094] [.093] Mexican 0.013 0.116 [.312] [.335] Puerto Rican -0.237 -0.164 [.435] [.458] Cuban 0.517 0.567 [.438] [.454] Partisan Strength 0.697** .770*** [.312] [.291] Political Interest 0.180 0.168 [.130] [.133] Ad Density 0.00** [0.00] Constant -3.40 -3.56 [.789] [.764] N 195 195

Authors: Keane, Michael.
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Robust standard errors in brackets
***p < .01, **p < .05, *p < .10
The second set of analyses models actual voter turnout in the 2004 general election as a
function of a traditional set of predictors (Model 3) and then adds in the measure of immigration
advertising density (Model 4). The sample size for these models is limited, because the post-
election turnout questoin was only asked of a small number of respondents in the NAES rolling
cross-sectional sampling design.
Table 2: Voter Turnout in the 2004 General Election
Model 3
Model 4
Age
0.021***
0.020**
[.008]
[.009]
Income
-0.006
-0.015
[.084]
[.084]
Education
-0.031
-0.008
[.066]
[.065]
Female
0.509*
0.508*
[.284]
[.294]
Church Attendance
0.024
0.033
[.094]
[.093]
Mexican
0.013
0.116
[.312]
[.335]
Puerto Rican
-0.237
-0.164
[.435]
[.458]
Cuban
0.517
0.567
[.438]
[.454]
Partisan Strength
0.697**
.770***
[.312]
[.291]
Political Interest
0.180
0.168
[.130]
[.133]
Ad Density
0.00**
[0.00]
Constant
-3.40
-3.56
[.789]
[.764]
N
195
195


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