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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 1-13: How Journalists See Journalists in 2004

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 ...
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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 ...

Gallup Poll: Media Seen as 'Too Liberal,' Untrustworthy

A Gallup poll released October 1 confirms that few Americans trust the media and about three times as many see the press as "too liberal" (45%) as opposed to "too conservative" (15%). Far more ...

CBS's Rodriguez Wishes She Could Be Michelle Obama

Monday's CBS Early Show touted a new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll about American cultural attitudes, with CBSNews.com's Cali Carlin asking co-host Maggie Rodriguez one of the survey questions: ...

Times' Latest Heavily Pro-Democratic Poll Still Finds Resistance to Obama-Care

In the paper's latest poll that oversamples Democrats, Adam Nagourney does some spinning for Obama's agenda and oversimplifies opposition to "death panels" and access by illegals to government ...

Another Huge Pro-Democrat Disparity in a NYT/CBS Poll

In the latest NYT poll, a small gap of two points in how poll respondents identified themselves (34%-32% Democrats over Republicans) became a yawning 14-point gap (38%-24%) after the poll was ...

NYT Trumpets Obama Triumphs in Democrat-Heavy Poll

Are there really 67% more Democrats than Republicans out there? A Times/CBS poll assumes there are.

NYT Celebrates "Remarkably High" Approval for Obama, Not Tax Cut Support

The Times set Obama up for greatness - on the backs of those recalcitrant Republicans who failed to back his "economic stimulus plan." And some inconvenient questions and answers were left out of ...

USA Today: Fewer Economists Expect Recession

Poll shows number of economists diagnosing a recession has dropped from 67 percent to 51 percent since April.
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