Measuring the Trump bump

January 9, 2018, 5:09pm


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RARELY can the news media can make it even one day without Donald Trump dominating their coverage. Chartbeat, an analytics company that tracks online readership, provided The Economist with aggregated figures from some 8,000 publishers in 50 countries. About half the data come from English-speaking countries, and a quarter from Europe.
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