Pre-Elections Polls in the Israeli Press

Weimann, Gabriel
June 1983
Journalism Quarterly;Summer83, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p288
Academic Journal
Focuses on pre-election polls in the Israeli press. Media sponsorship of coverage of polls; Public opinion research.


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