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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Health Care Reform Closely Followed, Much Discussed
News About Economy Seen as Less Dire, More Hopeful
Many Fault Media Coverage of Health Care Debate
Health Care Front-And-Center on Public’s News Agenda
Health Care: Important, Interesting, But Hard to Follow
Americans Remained Focused on Michael Jackson
Public Hearing More Negative News About Economy
Coverage of Jackson’s Death Seen As Excessive
Strong Public Interest in Iranian Election Protests
Employment News Seen As Overwhelmingly Bad
Week’s Major News Stories Draw Different Audiences
First Impressions of Sotomayor Mostly Positive
Public Tracks Economy, Media Focuses on Terror Debate
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