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* 1. Were you surprised by the results of YCC's analysis of front-page coverage of the three marches? Why or why not?

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* 2. Do these findings square with what you observed in other media aimed at the general public (i.e. not topically or politically selected blogs, newsletters, talk shows, etc.)?

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* 3. In your view, can front-page newspaper coverage (still) provide a useful proxy for, or a representative sample of, American media coverage as a whole? If not, what would serve better?

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* 4. How would you explain the decline in coverage from the Women’s March in January to the People’s March at the end of April? Select all factors that you feel apply.

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* 5. What lessons do you think activists or communicators who want to respond to the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Accords could learn from these findings—as you interpret them?

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* 6. Any comments you would like to add on points or matters that were not addressed by our questions?

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* 7. If you are willing to identify yourself, please provide your name, institutional affiliation, and email address. That would give us the option of quoting you in the follow-up piece. Thank you!

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