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The Gallup Organization has launched eight RSS news feeds that deliver the headlines and brief summaries of the latest Gallup Poll findings. A few articles are available free, but a $95 a year subscription is required for full access to the feeds’ premium content.
A 30-day trial subscription is available, and the Gallup Poll Daily Briefing video segments, featuring Editor in Chief Dr. Frank Newport, are free. His A+ Hindsight video report says “Looking back at their high school days, Americans wish they’d studied more and partied less.”
Press Release From Hell
When are press releases from hell going to stop including vacuous quotes like this one in the Gallup release:
“… said Gallup Chairman and CEO James Clifton. “These RSS feeds ensure our readers are as knowledgeable as we are regarding Gallup’s latest findings.”
No they don’t.