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Fact-checking articles, newscasts and speeches has become an online cottage industry. But what about public opinion polls? Splashy majority opinion numbers create news and high-traffic headlines, but how do we know when, or if, the poll results are accurate? PollCheck, a new and unique project by iMediaEthics, conducts its own polls to fact-check the accuracy of headlined polls and their widely quoted media poll numbers..

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iMediaEthics Announces PollCheck, the First Project and Mission to Fact-Check Media Polls

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