11 questions journalists should ask about public opinion polls
Denise-Marie Ordway, managing editor: This tip sheet isn’t sexy, but it’s really important. On practically every beat, reporters write about opinion polls and surveys. But they don’t always do it correctly. I created this tip sheet to help my fellow journalists spot problems, ask better questions and understand what a poll’s results are really telling them.
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