Thursday, October 18, 2007
Poll Reveals Trib’s Disappointing Omission
Mark Silva of the Chicago Tribune needs to take his AP Stylebook out of his bathroom and use it. The AP book says sampling methods and margins of error are necessary when writing about polls and surveys. Silva did not give his readers this information. If he did not want to include these necessary elements in the body of his copy, he should have included this link.
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