When you're judging policy, "good" and "bad" make sense. So does "popular" and "unpopular," and "likely to pass" and "no chance." But "the center"? Not so much.
In our analysis of network news coverage, foreigners were the sources of 34% of all anti-Iraq war statements that appeared on the air, and 65% of all of the anti-war statements.
Another day, another survey trying to quantify the expert consensus on climate change. So why don't these studies ever have an impact on public opinion?
The NRA's views on gun control are at odds with those of a surprising number of gun owners themselves.