Journalists

Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-7: White House Reporters

In 1995, Kenneth Walsh, a reporter for U.S. News and World Report, polled 28 of his fellow White House correspondents from ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, USA Today, ...
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Exhibit 1-6: Journalists - Who Are They, Really?

In 1992, Indiana University journalism professors David H. Weaver and G. Cleveland Wilhoit surveyed 1,410 journalists who "work for a wide variety of daily and weekly newspapers, radio and ...
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Exhibit 1-5: Survey of Business Reporters

A 1988 poll by a New York-based newsletter, Journalist and Financial Reporting, surveyed 151 business reporters from over 30 publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, USA ...
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Exhibit 1-4: U.S. Newspaper Journalists

In 1985, the Los Angeles Times conducted one of the most extensive surveys of journalists in history. Using the same questionnaire they had used to poll the public, the Times polled 2,700 ...
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Exhibit 1-1: The Media Elite

In 1981, the Media Elite survey of 240 journalists at top media outlets showed these journalists held liberal positions on a wide range of social and political issues, and voted by huge margins ...

Networks Flip Flop on Jobs

Identical Unemployment Numbers Good News for Obama, But All Bad under Reagan.

Pumped Up Predictions

Network warnings of ever higher gas and oil prices leave out a key point they are usually wrong

Pumped Up Predictions: Executive Summary

Network warnings of ever higher gas and oil prices leave out a key point they are usually wrong

Apostles of Atheism

How the broadcast and print media helped spread the Gospel of Godlessness in 2007
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