The New York Times’ Obsession with Trump, Quantified

The way the press covers Donald Trump is unlike any other president in modern American history. Quantifiably so.

Communications scholar David Rozado (and two of his students, Mohammed Dinnunhan and Raymond Hua) developed a data-visualization tool to analyze coverage trends in the New York Times. I graphed all mentions of the terms “Carter,” “Reagan,” “Bush,” “Clinton,” “Obama,” and “Trump” from 1975 through 2018.

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