Do Journalists ‘Hide Behind’ Sources When They Use Numbers in the News?


Numerical information is a central piece of journalism. Just look at how often stories rely on quantitative data—from Covid case numbers to public opinion polling to economics statistics—as their evidentiary backbone. The rise of data journalism, with its slick visualizations and interactives, has reinforced the role and influence of numbers in the news.

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