Reporters following McCain and his rivals are sometimes frustrated at how the Democratic race overshadows the GOP contest -- which may have muffled his New Hampshire bounce. From Jan. 6 (two days before New Hampshire) through Jan. 11, says the Project for Excellence in Journalism, 37 percent of the campaign stories it studied were either primarily or significantly about Hillary Clinton, 32 percent about Barack Obama and 24 percent about McCain.
No vanity there.
And really, isn't that the most important thing in journalism?
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