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Appendix A: Details of the Political Television Measures

Table A1: Consistency in Program Viewership across Waves 2, 4, and 5

Table A2: Raw Over-Time Correlations of Political Television Exposure Measures

Table A3: Stability of Political Television Exposure Measures

Appendix B: Question Wording and Coding of Variables

Appendix C: Supplemental Analyses of Predictive Validity

Table C1: The Impact of Within-Person Change in Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Campaign Participation (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Table C2: The Impact of Stable Levels of Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Campaign Participation (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Table C3: The Impact of Within-Person Change in Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Knowledge of Candidate Issue Positions, Controlling for Exposure to Other Media (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Table C4: The Impact of Stable Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Knowledge of Candidate Issue Positions, Controlling for Exposure to Other Media (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Table C5: The Impact of Within-Person Change in Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Campaign Participation, Controlling for Exposure to Other Media (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Table C6: The Impact of Stable Political TV Exposure on Within-Person Change in Campaign Participation, Controlling for Exposure to Other Media (Fixed Effects Panel Analysis)

Appendix D: Supplemental Simulation Analyses

Table D1: Percentage of Simulations in which Political TV Exposure Predicts Outcomes, by Sample Size

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