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Pervasive political misinformation threatens the integrity of American electoral democracy but not in the manner most commonly examined. We argue the presumed influence of misinformation (PIM) may be just as pernicious, and widespread, as any direct influence that political misinformation may have on voters. Our online survey of 2,474 respondents in the United States shows that greater attention to political news heightens PIM on others as opposed to oneself, especially among Democrats anddoi:10.37016/mr-2020-59 doaj:030041eba65d444eb8e99ce4b3bdcdf4 fatcat:beugeb2xefaozd4htx5nm56jny