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Revista mexicana de opinión pública

versión On-line ISSN 2448-4911versión impresa ISSN 1870-7300

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DIAZ JIMENEZ, Oniel Francisco; RAMOS ORTEGA, Obed  y  MEZA HERNANDEZ, José Ramiro. The Effects of the Presidential Communication on Trust in Political Institutions in the 2021 Midterm Election. Rev. mex. opinión pública [online]. 2023, n.35, pp.115-146.  Epub 05-Feb-2024. ISSN 2448-4911.  https://doi.org/10.22201/fcpys.24484911e.2023.35.85574.

One of the explanatory theories of political trust contends that attacks on institutions coming from prominent political actors and leaders may contribute to the erosion of this relevant civic orientation among citizens. This paper seeks to contribute to the study of the effects of presidential communication on institutional trust. Drawing on data from the 2021 Political Culture Panel Survey, we analyzed whether respondents who were more exposed to the president’s morning press conferences tended to trust or distrust political institutions and news media. The results of our multiple linear regression analyses show that media and institutions that have usually appeared as adversaries to the government in presidential discourse display less trust among respondents who have been more exposed to presidential press conferences. On the contrary, institutions that are considered allies of the President enjoyed higher levels of trust from citizens that used morning press conferences as a main source of political information during campaigns.

Palabras llave : Presidential communication; political institutions; political and institutional trust; media; elections.

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