National Journal

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National Journal is a weekly magazine about American politics and government, published by National Journal Group, Inc. Founded in 1969, it is widely read in Washington, D.C.. The National Journal is part of the Atlantic Media Company. Its chairman is David Bradley. Its high subscription price (US$1,885 per annum) in part reflects its wealthy and powerful clientele, and also that most of its subscribers are institutions (such as government agencies, political bodies, lobbying firms, trade associations, and other interest groups) rather than individuals. More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: (English)
Political Viewpoint: Left
Owners: Atlantic Media Company
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Dec 25, 2006 - 11:48 AM PST
Story Stats
Top Topics: Politics (45), U.S. (39), World (10), Business (10), Obama Administration (10), Sci/Tech (8), Bush Administration (7), Presidential Election 2008 (7), Republicans (7), Democrats (7), Health (5), Media (4), U.S. Senate (4), Oil and Gas (3), Terrorism (3)...
Top Authors: Ronald Brownstein (7), Marc Ambinder (3), Murray Waas (3), Brian Friel (2), Michael Hirsh (2), Reid Wilson (2), Dustin Volz (2), Jonathan Rauch (2), Norm Ornstein (1), James A Barnes (1), Shane Harris (1), James Kitfield (1), Peter H Stone (1), Charlie Cook (1), Clive Crook (1)...
Top Formats: Opinion (17), News Report (12), News (8), Special Report (6), News Analysis (5), Interview (2), Comment (1)
 
 
 
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Ratings

Overall Rating
3.5

Average
from 136 story reviews
Quality
3.6
Facts
3.7
Fairness
3.5
Information
3.7
Insight
4.2
Sourcing
3.6
Style
3.7
Accuracy
3.3
Balance
2.8
Context
3.6
Depth
2.7
Enterprise
3.9
Expertise
2.4
Originality
3.7
Relevance
4.0
Transparency
2.0
Responsibility
4.3
Popularity
3.5
Recommendation
3.7
Credibility
3.3
# Reviews
2.2
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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