Thursday October 1, 2020

Yes side "quoted 36% more" than No side in media

A new media-monitoring survey claims that those campaigning for a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum receive more media coverage than No campaigners.

25th May, 2012
'Yes' side more quoted than 'No' side

A new media-monitoring survey claims that those campaigning for a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum receive more media coverage than No campaigners.

According to a Newsaccess Media analysis of 1,400 of these articles published in the Irish media between May 4th and May 20th, the Yes side was quoted 36 per cent more than the No side.

"Press articles were shown to quote significantly more Yes side politicians and commentators than No side politicians and commentators,"...

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