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After the debate, Trump is still dominating news coverage. But Clinton is getting the good press.

Last week, I noted two major features of media coverage of the presidential race, based on an analysis of eight major outlets. First, Trump gets a huge amount of coverage — much more than Clinton. Second, the tone of that coverage is a largely a wash overall. Neither candidate is consistently covered more positively or negatively. […]
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