Topic : primary

Chart shows percentage of statements from Mitt Romney in election coverage that have been Negative to Obama (purple) and Positive to Romney. Time frame is January 1 – June 24.

Romney Increases Criticism of Obama

Romney has steadily been increasing his criticism of Barack Obama since the end of the GOP Primary. Meanwhile, Romney’s endorsement of his own policy beliefs and accomplishments has decreased, revealing…

2012-03-14 NYT Santorum

The New York Times Avoids Offending

Despite mostly neutral coverage (67%), there is a slight anomaly in the New York Times‘ front-page coverage of the 2012 Election.  Since January 1—when Rick Santorum became a serious challenge…

2012-03-14 Romeny Chases Conservative Bait

Romney Chases Conservative Bait; Forced Off Message

Romney’s main message and credibility come from his prowess on economic issues, however, he has been forced off this message (green) to defend his position  in the race (yellow) and…

2012-03-14 Romeny Chases Conservative Bait

Romney Forced Off Message Trying to Defend his Character

Romney’s main message and credibility come from his prowess on economic issues, however, he has been forced off this message (green) to defend his position  in the race (yellow) and…

2012-03-14 Romeny Chases Conservative Bait

Romney In Defense of Romney

Romney’s main message and credibility come from his prowess on economic issues, however, he has been forced off this message (green) to defend his position  in the race (yellow) and…

2012-03-14 NYT Santorum

New York Times Coverage Negative Towards Romney not Santorum

Despite mostly neutral coverage (67%), there is a slight anomaly in the New York Times‘ front-page coverage of the 2012 Election.  Since January 1—when Rick Santorum became a serious challenge…

2012-03-14 NYT Santorum

New York Times Unkind To Romney

Despite mostly neutral coverage (67%), there is a slight anomaly in the New York Times‘ front-page coverage of the 2012 Election.  Since January 1—when Rick Santorum became a serious challenger…

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