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INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH

BI-WEEKLY PRINT MEDIA ANALYSIS REPORT FOR POLITICAL PARTIES BY IPOR

IPOR has established Print Media Monitoring section in its head office.  A multi discipline team focuses to gather information initially from five selected newspapers including The News, The Nation, Dawn, Dunya and Jang on weekly basis. The overall purpose of Print media monitoring is to track down the news coverage for various political parties.

A total of 492 Political News for the selected four major political parties (PML-N, PTI, PML-Q, PPP) were collected for the period of 16th to 22nd June.

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