Entries Tagged as 'polling'

More Journalistic Offenses of Commission and Omission

September 17th, 2014 · No Comments · economy, financial coverage, health care reform, inequality, journalism, polling

By Arthur Alpert Some days this gig is frustrating. No, that’s incorrect; it’s frustrating most days because I cannot decide if I should alert you to Albuquerque Journal management’s daily journalistic offenses of commission or its offenses of omission. Should I say the headline on Winthrop Quigley’s Sept. 14 UpFront column on commercial insurance rates […]

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Journal Ignores Education Poll

October 18th, 2009 · 1 Comment · polling

By Tracy Dingmann Whether or not to cut education to help the state make up a $650 million shortfall is a key question in the debate going on at the Capitol today. Educators implored legislators to refrain from cutting the state’s already underfunded educational system during a press conference yesterday at the Roundhouse. The press […]

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The Public What?

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · health care reform, polling, Uncategorized

By Tracy Dingmann Gwyneth Doland and Matt Reichbach of the New Mexico Independent took the Albuquerque Journal to task for Monday’s story and poll on which national issues New Mexicans feel are most important today. The poll was done for the Journal by Research & Polling, Inc., an experienced and respected local firm that the […]

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