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Greg Dworkin Feb 14
is this NY vs DC office?
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James Fallows Feb 14
That was two days after front page below. NYT is great, but that was a very bad stretch w big consequences
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Torr Leonard Feb 14
it was awful but the idea that it changed a single vote is just crazy.
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James Fallows Feb 14
Pollsters disagree with you.
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Jim White Feb 14
NYT was not great during the last election. 2 biggest stories of young century, NYT didn't cover itself in glory.
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James Fallows Feb 14
Their 2 worst (consequential) moments of this century: Iraq WMD, HRC emails.
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Cornelia Feb 14
Why hello there David! The reason is probably because the NY FBI field office is crooked & in bed with Giuliani, Trump & Russians
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Torr Leonard Feb 14
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Colby Fulton Feb 14
In other words, stupid is as stupid does.
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Conor Friedersdorf Feb 14
agree the coverage was subpar but were there consequences? How many WI and MI Trump voters were reading NYT?
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Michael Cohen Feb 14
CNN and local papers take cues from NYT
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Alex Katz Feb 14
No, but journalists and opinion leaders read the NYT. NBC, CBS, etc follow their lead.
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Christopher Hayes Feb 14
fair amount of empirical evidence that Comey letter and coverage of it mattered a lot
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James Fallows Feb 14
Most polls suggest that saturation coverage of Comey letter was enough to make a difference
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Jaime Ashander Feb 14
anchor left, pivot right
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DavidDunn Feb 15
the two articles basically say the same thing. But the clear implication is real time (to counter Reid w/o clarity) is shameful
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Todd Simmons Feb 15
Perhaps their low water mark. Lord knows wth they were thinking.
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