To generate the required SPSS output images, you will need to follow these steps in SPSS:
 Data Entry: Enter your data into SPSS.
 Descriptive Statistics: Compute descriptive statistics for each group and ad type.
 Factorial ANOVA: Perform a factorial ANOVA to determine the effect of affinity (weak vs. strong) and ad type (rationale, berate opponent, contrast positions) on voter support.
 Assumption Tests: Check for assumptions such as normality and homogeneity of variances.
 Effect Size: Include the effect size (partial eta squared) in your output.
 Output: Copy and paste the relevant SPSS output into your document.
Steps in SPSS

Data Entry:
 Open SPSS and enter your data into the Data View. Make sure to label your variables appropriately (e.g., Affinity, Rationale, Berate Opponent, Contrast Positions).

Descriptive Statistics:
 Go to
Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Descriptives
.  Select your dependent variables (Rationale, Berate Opponent, Contrast Positions) and move them to the Variables box.
 Click
OK
to generate the descriptive statistics.

Factorial ANOVA:
 Go to
Analyze > General Linear Model > Univariate
.  Move your dependent variables (Rationale, Berate Opponent, Contrast Positions) to the Dependent Variable box.
 Move your independent variables (Affinity, Ad Type) to the Fixed Factors box.
 Click on
Options
and check Descriptive statistics
, Estimates of effect size
, and Homogeneity tests
.  Click
Continue
and then OK
to run the ANOVA.

Assumption Tests:
 Check the output for tests of normality and homogeneity of variances (e.g., Levene's Test).

Effect Size:
 The output will include partial eta squared as the effect size.

Output:
 Copy and paste the relevant SPSS output (descriptive statistics, ANOVA table, assumption tests, and effect size) into your document.
Example Output
Below is an example of what your SPSS output might look like. Make sure to resize the images so they are all within the template and visible.
Note: Replace path_to_*_image
with the actual path to your SPSS output images.
If you need further assistance with SPSS, please let me know!