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Media Coverage Favored Romney Over Obama

Oh, that librul media strikes again... During the bruising Republican primaries, there was one candidate whose coverage was more relentlessly negative than the rest. In fact, he did not enjoy a single week where positive treatment by the media outweighed the negative. His name is Barack Obama. That is among the findings of a study by the Project for Excellence in Journalism, a Washington nonprofit that examined 52 key newspaper, television, radio, and Web outlets.
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SURPRISE! Guess Which Candidate Actually Receives The Most Negative Media Coverage.

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

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