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Attitudes to the government removing press credentials in the U.S. 2018, by politics

Perspectives on whether or not the White House should be allowed to revoke press credentials in the United States as of November 2018, by political affiliation

Attitudes to the government removing press credentials in the U.S. 2018, by politics The statistic shows the perspectives on whether or not the White House should be allowed to revoke press credentials in the United States as of November 2018, sorted by political affiliation. The data shows that 50 percent of responding Republicans said that the White House should be allowed to remove press credentials of an individual for any reason, whereas just seven percent of Democrats said the same.
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Perspectives on whether or not the White House should be allowed to revoke press credentials in the United States as of November 2018, by political affiliation

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The statistic shows the perspectives on whether or not the White House should be allowed to revoke press credentials in the United States as of November 2018, sorted by political affiliation. The data shows that 50 percent of responding Republicans said that the White House should be allowed to remove press credentials of an individual for any reason, whereas just seven percent of Democrats said the same.
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