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People were more likely to view messages using humor as inappropriate for a political candidate they didn't know, the study found. That led participants to rate a candidate using humor as less credible than one who didn't - and less likely to get their vote. In this study, people reacted to posts from a fictitious candidate, so there was no prior knowledge of the candidate. It is possible that the rules may be different for politicians - like Donald Trump or Elizabeth Warren - who are already known, said study co-author Austin Hubner, also a doctoral student in communication at Ohio State. The study involved college students who viewed a profile of a fictious political candidate on the social media site Twitter. The candidate's name was Alex Smith.

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The Ohio State University. In the last few years, political leaders have become increasingly less formal when they interact with their constituents. Social media usage seems to be exacerbating this trend, with candidates and officials taking to Twitter or other platforms to make jokes, leverage sarcasm or use irony to attack competitors. Political leaders seem to be using humor in order to engage with followers and make themselves appear more interesting, funny or even relatable.

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Sexist humor, however, is more than just offensive, according to Dr. Gail Stern. More important than the joke itself, and the immediate effect it has on people who hear it, is the desensitizing effect it has on listeners, she says. Stern, a researcher, victim advocate and subject-matter expert on sexual assault prevention, spoke Tuesday at the Pentagon about the effects of sexist humor on listeners and how acceptance of such humor affects the social environment.
Prior investigations of the impact of humor on advertising message comprehension have generally found humorous commercials to be no more effective than comparable serious messages. This study re-examines humor's influence by focusing on type of humor measurement manipulated vs. Findings indicate that humor in the form of a one-line joke does promote message comprehension, and offer support for information processing and operant conditioning explanations of the humor influence process. Examination of broadcast and print advertising suggests that humor is a widely accepted form of commercial appeal. In television, for example, it is estimated that some element of humor can be found in up to 20 percent of all commercial spots Cantor ; Kelly and Solomon