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Television stations must do a better job of telling viewers whether political candidates’ ad statements are truthful, says the head of a national election survey.

Adam Clymer, director of the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey and a former The New York Times writer, bases his conclusion on new evidence that voters often believe the claims made in attack ads, even if they are false or misleading.

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