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Data: How TV news talks about the election

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Data: How TV news talks about the election

A real-time data tool developed by business intelligence firm Qlik tracks how major media like CNN, Fox, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, and Comedy Central talk about the election and the issues voters care about.

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