- Overall, representatives of business were quoted or cited nearly two-and-a-half times – as frequently as were workers or their union representatives.
- In coverage of both the minimum wage and trade, the views of businesses were – sourced more than one-and-a-half times as frequently as those of workers.
- In coverage about employment, businesses were quoted or cited over six times as frequently as were workers.
- On only one issue that we examined, – credit card debt, was coverage more balanced, presenting the perspectives of ordinary citizens in the same proportion as those of business.”
28 junio 2008
Los trabajadores silenciados
Un estudio del Center for American Progress concluye que la información económica en los EE.UU. está sesgada y dista mucho de ser equilibrada, prestando mucha más atención a la opinión de los empresarios frente a la de los trabajadores o sindicatos: