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Susan Witter
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Susan Witter

It is true, the New Yorker is not on this chart, not even in V.5. I think it should be.

Ted Millich
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Ted Millich

Thanks for your article. A lot of nuances to think about.

So I’m wondering, what about The Real News Network?

Thanks, Ted

Jim Greenberg
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Jim Greenberg

Please consider adding US News & World Report, and maybe Newsweek.

Rick Manganello
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Rick Manganello

Your photo looks a bit like you’re wearing a flak vest. Sure hope it’s not necessary. You’re providing us all a valuable service in an emotionally charged space and doing it with pragmatism, good humor, and excellence. Thank you.

pam knight-detemple
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pam knight-detemple

Pls add the Texas Observer. I suspect it is left & center, but maybe my bias prevents me from seeing more clearly.

skey
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As far as Wonkette’s placement on the y axis, I’d argue instead that your metrics and your definition of quality just don’t account for satire very well — but I can see how it ended up there.

What I’m not clear on is why it’s in the “Most extreme left” part of the x axis.

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