By Tim Graham
Here's an example of your Press Coverage blog working for you.
In the comments section underneath my recent breakdown of our Buffalo Bills blackout polls, reader LoganInEA took umbrage with the wording of a question.
The reader believed the second poll question had a "fundamental flaw." It read "How reasonable is it to expect the Bills to forfeit revenue by adopting the NFL's new blackout policy?"
LoganinEA protested to using the word "expect," claiming it induced readers to improperly vote based on a prediction of what the Bills will do and not to correctly vote based on what readers personally would like.
I understand the reader's concern, although I mostly disagree. I used parenthetical remarks in the answers that I thought made clear readers were to respond with an opinion, not prognostication.
But I'm all for fairness, I'm posting the question as LoganinEA would phrase it.
Here is the question LoganinEA wanted asked: