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This general argument has been advanced in a thoughtful book by George Marcus (2002). ” They point out that negative events can stimulate attention and give people incentive to learn about what is going on in the world. ” But even if one thinks voters are sensible and that emotion can be a good thing, one still might view negativity as undermining democracy. If negativity “crosses the line,” it can weaken the quality of information available to voters. The idea is that in the effort to win, candidates become so critical of each other that they undermine the legitimacy of their respective candidacies.
In contrast, those who see potential benefits from negativity will usually have more faith in the public’s ability to handle the onslaught of thirty-second attack ads. 16 Chapter One The competence of the electorate has been discussed by a number of scholars. In the final analysis, the answer usually hinges on the standards one uses. , poorly informed) do a good job of understanding the candidates’ positions on issues they care about. Popkin (1991) pushes this line of argument further, advancing the notion of low information rationality.
If a candidate has not been truthful with the public, that information is of obvious relevance. Citizens benefit from as much information as possible, which includes the good and the bad—the positive and the negative. Negativity (and the threat of it) makes accountability possible. Without accountability, democracy falters. If an incumbent does a poor job in office, it is very unlikely that that person will be (publicly) self-critical. ”34 Of course, challengers are likely to raise more problems than may actually exist.