Media Bias 101
10/9/2009 5:45 PM ET
One of the most comprehensive surveys of the public's general opinion of the media was done in 1997 by the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press, formerly known as the Times Mirror ...
10/9/2009 1:52 PM ET
Preparing for a panel discussion on the media, the Annenberg Public Policy Center and the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands commissioned a poll of 673 journalists.
10/8/2009 5:37 PM ET
Media Bias 101: Twenty Years of Research Showing What Journalists Think, How Journalists Vote, What the Public Thinks About the Media, and What Journalists Say About Media Bias
10/8/2009 4:22 PM ET
Prior to the 2000, 2004 and 2008 presidential elections, the online Slate magazine surveyed its staff to find out how they intended to vote.
10/8/2009 4:18 PM ET
As part of a larger study of how the views of "opinion leaders" compare with those of the general public, the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press, in collaboration with the Council on ...
10/8/2009 3:58 PM ET
In March and April 2005, the University of Connecticut's Department of Public Policy surveyed 300 journalists nationwide - 120 who worked in the television industry and 180 who worked at ...
10/8/2009 3:53 PM ET
New York Times columnist John Tierney surveyed 153 campaign journalists at a press party at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston, and found a huge preference for Democratic Senator ...
10/8/2009 3:46 PM ET
In May 2004, the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press (in association with the Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Committee of Concerned Journalists) surveyed 547 journalists ...
10/8/2009 3:24 PM ET
In the July/August 2001 edition of the Roper Center's Public Perspective, Washington Post national political correspondent Thomas Edsall summarized the findings of a Kaiser Family Foundation poll ...
10/8/2009 3:10 PM ET
In January 1998, Editor and Publisher, the preeminent media trade magazine, conducted a poll of 167 newspaper editors across the country.