AMES, Iowa (WHO-TV) — In Iowa, voters often get the chance to see the candidates in person since the state holds the first-in-the-nation caucuses. But it turns out Iowans are not relying on in-person meetings alone to pick a candidate to support. They are using a variety of sources.
A new Iowa State University study lists the most frequently used sources when making a decision. National network news lands at the top and seeing candidates in person falls to the bottom.
You can find the list and other information here.