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Media Exposure and Midwestern Farmers' Responses to the U.S-China Trade War
U.S. farmers bear the brunt of the U.S.-China trade war in 2018 initiated by a Republican administration that most farmers support. Analyzing a 2019 farmer survey in the Midwest, we find that frequent use of conservative (liberal) media is associated with a 2.3% decrease (2.4% increase) in farmers' expected income loss and a 14.3% increase in the probability of perceiving Market Facilitation Program payments as helpful. Viewers of different media sources disagreeing on facts including the leveldoi:10.22004/ag.econ.312684 fatcat:eokxfc6dsnfzbnjdei4m26cfea