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RealClearPolitics is a Chicago based political website founded in 2000 by John McIntyre and Tom Bevan. Every day a wide range of columns and news stories from across the Internet are aggregated on the website, although many typically have a conservative slant. RealClearPolitics also compiles averages of major political polls on various elections throughout the United States to give a broader view of the race. The site's political commentary, election analysis and polling averages have been featured in many national media outlets amongst which are The New York Times, FOX News ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Blog
Audience: (English)
Scope: National
Political Viewpoint: Right
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Edited By: Ezra Fox
Last Edit: Aug 21, 2006 - 2:26 PM PDT
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Top Topics: Politics (127), U.S. (116), Presidential Election 2008 (65), Obama Administration (38), Business (36), World (31), Democrats (23), U.S. Congress (22), Republicans (21), Media (14), U.S. Economy (14), Health (12), John McCain (11), Health Care (9), Media and Politics (9)...
Top Authors: Michael Barone (7), Tom Bevan (6), George Will (6), Jay Cost (6), Robert Samuelson (5), David Paul Kuhn (4), Eugene Robinson (4), Thomas Sowell (4), Victor Davis Hanson (4), Peter Brown (3), Sean Trende (3), John Mcintyre (3), Jonah Goldberg (2), Kyle Trygstad (2), Jack Kelly (2)...
Top Formats: Opinion (123), News Analysis (16), News Report (4), Poll (3), Press Release (2), Advocacy (1), News (1), Editorial (1), Comment (1), Special Report (1), Speech (1), Statement (1)
 

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