Survey Establishes Lack of Neutral Reporting in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 3 November - Reality in the media is reported one-sidedly and selectively, mainly using the criterion of power, in addition to being interpreted on the basis of values which are politically and ethically narrow-minded. This means that the reality as is understood by the majority of the population is distorted or incorrect, thus the answers to public surveys can not be credible, it was established by the first part of the report which has arisen as part of the research programme entitled "Problems Facing Public Surveys", prepared by the Institute for the Revival of Civil Society.
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