As of Wednesday, the voting rights narrative has been amplified by 52 U.S. media sources across more than 100 unique narratives. Currently, the leading amplifiers of content include MSNBC, the New York Times, CNN, and the Los Angeles Times.
Currently, the two leading individual narratives associated with the voting rights narrative are articles from the New York Times and Bloomberg. The New York Times narrative, “Vermont’s Governor Expands Voting Rights, Bucking Republican Push,” has been amplified three times since its publication on June 7.
Every hour, the Kudzu US Media Module analyzes website feeds, Twitter accounts, and YouTube channels of major U.S. media outlets, editors, and reporters to provide analytical insights into key trends and narrative frameworks.