Collection: US National News Sources

US National News Sources Common Phrases

1. Charlie Rose 46
2. Roy Moore 36
3. Sexual Misconduct 29
4. Sexual Harassment 27
5. North Korea 20
6. Net Neutrality 19
7. David Cassidy 17
8. Robert Mugabe 14
9. Misconduct Allegations 13
10. Trump Pardons 12

Start date: Nov. 21, 2017, 2:45 a.m. - End Date: Nov. 22, 2017, 2:45 a.m.

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Lexicological Analysis For US National News Sources

Position Word
1. Trump 154
2. Moore 55
3. Rose 54
4. Charlie 48
5. Roy 39
6. Mugabe 35
7. Cbs 33
8. Korea 29
9. Allegations 28
10. President 28

Most Common Nouns: A total of 6,794 nouns were found out of 1,336 headlines

Position Word
1. Is 50
2. 'S 47
3. Is 35
4. Are 35
5. Says 29
6. Was 23
7. Have 19
8. Be 17
9. Accused 16
10. Are 15

Most Common Verbs: A total of 1,789 verbs were found out of 1,336 headlines

Position Word
1. It 34
2. What 28
3. His 26
4. You 24
5. He 21
6. I 20
7. It 18
8. You 17
9. Who 15
10. We 14

Most Common Pronouns: A total of 387 pronouns were found out of 1,336 headlines

Position Word
1. 67 12
2. 3 12
3. 57 11
4. Million 11
5. One 10
6. 11 10
7. 10 7
8. 2 7
9. 5 7
10. One 6

Most Common Numbers: A total of 282 numbers were found out of 1,336 headlines

Position Word
1. Sexual 39
2. Sexual 14
3. More 12
4. New 11
5. Net 10
6. Military 10
7. Liberal 8
8. Political 8
9. Best 7
10. Net 7

Most Common Adjectives: A total of 735 adjectives were found out of 1,336 headlines

Position Word
1. N'T 45
2. How 34
3. Why 25
4. Not 17
5. Here 17
6. When 10
7. Back 9
8. Not 8
9. Still 8
10. How 8

Most Common Adverbs: A total of 395 adverbs were found out of 1,336 headlines

Source Information

We gather our headlines from 16 sources: ABC, Bloomberg, CBS, Christian Science Monitor, CNN, Huffington Post, MSNBC, New York Times, NPR, Teen Vogue, The New Yorker, The Week, Time, USA Today, Washington Post, and Yahoo News. The statistics are updated once an hour. In the future we will have more information available about our sources and more statistics to look at.

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