[aisle] News article viewership metrics
can8746 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 11:03:45 CST 2020
This does not address your specific question, but your student may want to
look at Pew Reasearch for datasets on polarization trends.
On Wed, Dec 16, 2020 at 1:50 PM Feeley, Francis via AISLE <
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> A senior student in the AP Research course at my school is doing a
> year-long project on political polarization, specifically the reach of
> polarized articles vs non-polarized articles.
> In short the student is looking for metrics about the viewership of
> individual articles.
> - Do you know of media outlets that provide those metrics publicly and
> how they can be accessed?
> - Do you know of any public or private organizations that aggregate
> article viewership data or any other metrics about the popularity of
> individual articles?
> Thanks for your consideration.
> I hope you and your loved ones are safe and well.
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