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Gallup Podcast

Fact-Checking What You've Been Hearing in the News

Gallup Podcast

Fact-Checking What You've Been Hearing in the News

How do statements made by public officials stack up against public opinion? Sarah Huckabee Sanders says her credibility is higher than the media's but is that true? Bill Clinton contends that two-thirds of the American people stayed with him after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, but is that exactly what happened? The Department of Justice watchdog report focused on Hillary Clinton's emails during her 2016 presidential campaign, but how big of a factor were the emails in her loss? And later, do Americans think it's easier to raise a girl or a boy?

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