Attack Ads Turned Off Voters, Polls Show Pollsters find that negative advertising during this fall's campaigns displeased prospective voters more than ever. But while complaints about attack ads persist, the strategy is not likely to disappear. NPR's Peter Overby reports.

Attack Ads Turned Off Voters, Polls Show

Attack Ads Turned Off Voters, Polls Show

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Pollsters find that negative advertising during this fall's campaigns displeased prospective voters more than ever. But while complaints about attack ads persist, the strategy is not likely to disappear. NPR's Peter Overby reports.