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Thursday, December 2, 2021

POLL: Do you think the media’s reporting on Irish politics is sufficient?

The media acts as the messenger between the public and politicians, informing people on decisions being made and statements being said by politicians.

In the case of the Covid-19 pandemic, media reporting on politicians is more constant than it has ever been.

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However, just because we’re being informed with quantity, doesn’t always mean we’re being informed with quality.

To some, the media sufficiently achieves satisfactory reporting on Irish politics, however, others have expressed dissatisfaction towards its reporting and believe that it needs to be improved.

That being said, do you think the media’s reporting on Irish politics is sufficient?

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POLL: Do you think the media's reporting on Irish politics is sufficient?

IMAGE – PA Images/”File:Dáil Éireann – Election of Taoiseach – 27 June 2020 (50051632532).jpg” by Houses of the Oireachtas from Ireland is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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