March 27th 2019
Looking at the left and right media (and center-left and center-right), we can choose phrases that contain state names. For example, “People of South Carolina”, one of the leading terms in left-media that contain “South Carolina”. On the right, “South Carolina Democrat” is the leading term in right-media (in numbers that stand out from center media).
We see “Nebraska floods” in left media and “Nebraska attorney” in right media (ratings from mediabiasfactcheck.com). “Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota” in right media, “Minnesota taxpayer money” in left media.
Many states do not get mentioned among in specific and mainly biased ways, like Ohio and New Jersey. (Washington and Georgia also present disambiguation challenges.)
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