The News Interest Index is an ongoing project of the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press which builds on the Center’s longstanding research into public attentiveness to major news stories and examines news interest as it relates to the news media’s agenda.
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2011: A Year of Big Stories Both Foreign and Domestic
Public Focuses on Elections, Economy and Penn State
Many Fewer Hearing Mostly Bad Economic News
Deficit ’Super Committee’ Draws Little Attention
Fewer Hearing Mostly Bad News about Economy
Campaign News Draws More Coverage than Interest
Public Closely Tracking Economic and Political News
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