“ComScore didn’t measure Roll Call‘s July traffic at 690,000 but at only 69,000, so the story was out by a factor of ten,” he wrote. “The comparison shows The Hill‘s traffic is 15 times higher than Roll Call‘s.”
TheWrap is taking the correction seriously, has amended the story and is even in the midst of changing the graphic on the original piece.
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