Home > DocuBase > Article

« All DocuBase Articles

 

Wednesday, 25th January 2012

Gingrich and Romney Both Face Mixed Portrayal

Source: Pew Research Center

From the press release:

As Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney take their battle for the Republican presidential nomination to Florida for its Jan. 31 primary, they share portrayals in the news media that are almost equally mixed.

For both candidates, positive news coverage is matched by an almost identical level of negative coverage, according to an ongoing analysis of the tone and volume of presidential candidate coverage conducted by the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism. The two leading candidates for the GOP nomination also are getting far more attention in the press than any of their rivals.

+ Direct link to full report (HTML)

+ Direct link to interactive tool (HTML)


Category:

Source:


An Info Pro, librarian, entrepreneur, author, worldwide connector and book-lover, Heather Negley is recognized for her new ways of thinking about librarianship, research, social media and creativity. Heather is the founder of HelpALibrarian.com and Zing Information Services. She has most recently been an Information Research Specialist with the Congressional Research Service at the Library of Congress where she provided business research for members of Congress and their staffs. Heather also worked as a research reporter for U.S. News and World Report and as a technical advertising producer on the washingtonpost.com. She received her MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College in Boston, MA.

Heather can be reached at heather.negley@freepint.com

More articles by Heather Negley »



Please note: DocuTicker's editors collect citations for full-text PDF reports freely available on the web but we do not archive these reports. When you click a link to find and/or download the report, you are leaving the DocuTicker site. DocuTicker makes no representations regarding the ongoing availability of any report or any external resource. Links were accurate as of the date of posting.

« All DocuBase Articles







 

 
 
 

Article Categories

All Article Categories »

Sources

All DocuBase Sources »

Source Categories

All Source Categories »

Archive

All Archives »