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Exhibit 2-9: American Journalism Review, 2005

In May 2005, Gannett's First Amendment Center in Nashville polled Americans about their attitudes towards the media.
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Exhibit 2-7: Bias in the 2004 Presidential Campaign

Four different polls conducted in the last days and immediate aftermath of the 2004 presidential campaign discovered that more voters saw the media as biased in favor of Democratic candidate John ...
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Exhibit 2-6: The People and The Press, 2003

In the summer of 2003, Princeton Survey Research Associates conducted a poll of 1,201 American adults regarding the media for the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press.
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Exhibit 2-4: The People and The Press, 2000

During the 2000 election year, the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press frequently polled public attitudes about the media.
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Exhibit 2-3: ASNE Journalism Credibility Project, 1998

As part of "a $1 million project to improve the credibility of newspapers and journalism," the American Society of Newspaper Editors commissioned a poll of 3,000 Americans in April and May of 1998.
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Exhibit 2-2: What the People Want from the Press

In November 1996, the Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA) partnered with the Lou Harris Organization to poll 3,000 people about their attitudes toward the press.
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Exhibit 2-1: The People and The Press, 1997

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 ...
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Exhibit 1-10: Newspaper Journalists of the 1990s

In 1996, as a follow-up to a 1988 survey, the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) surveyed 1,037 reporters at 61 newspapers of all sizes across the nation, and found that newsrooms were ...

ABC's Gibson Toes White House Line About How It Will 'Save or Create' Jobs

'World News' claims stimulus bill passed earlier this year 'will save or create one-and-a-half million jobs,' despite data showing contrary.
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