Did they measure the response difference between ways to contact congresspeople?

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Oct 09, 2013 03:02 AM 0 Answers
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Conventional wisdom says that it's better to snail-mail (send a paper letter) a congressperson, since paper mail is given "more weight" than email.

I would like to know if someone actually did a study on this, to have the actual numbers to back this conventional wisdom up (preferably, the study would involve a variety of congresspeople, variety of topics, and if possible include at least email, USPS mail and may be other ways of contact).

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