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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Haiti Dominates Public’s Consciousness
Public Stays with Health Care, Media Focuses on Terror
Top Stories of 2009: Economy, Obama and Health Care
More Now Think Health Reform Bill Will Pass
Public Closely Tracking Health Care Debate
News Interest In Afghanistan Surges
Strong Interest in Health Care, Little Interest in Palin
Health Care Reform News Tops Public Interest
Fort Hood Shootings Top Interest, Coverage
Swine Flu Interest Outpaces Coverage
Fox News Viewed as Most Ideological Network
Most Say They Lack Background to Follow Afghan News
Growing Interest in Swine Flu, Many See Press Overstating its Danger
Americans Following Health Care, Economic News
Media Less Influential in Views on Health Care, Economy Than on Other Issues
No Increase in "Too Much" Obama Despite Media Blitz
Health Care Debate Seen as "Rude and Disrespectful"
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