Summary: The article suggests that Mitt Romney does not support equal pay for women due to his unwillingness to answer the question during the last presidential debate.
What's New: This article shows a differing viewpoint on whether or not Romney has a larger female voting population supporting him.
Balance: This article portrays some balance, giving quotes from Romney and giving examples like the Roe vs Wade and the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. But, the article shows the reporter's voice clearly.
Transparency: The article shows both sides of the issue. It gives quotes from Romney and gives good examples supporting her claim like when she says "In April, on the very day he rolled out his three-progned strategy to woo women, ... More »
Summary: This article states that Mitt Romney is unable to answer whether or not he supports equal pay, but this article suggests he does not. What's New: The article shows a viewpoint of the women workers and or families who may be offended by Mitt Romneys inability to answer the question of whether he supports equal pay or not in a debate with Barack Obama. It does give quotes from Romney. Balance: This article is biased, it does not support Mitt Romeny and points out the negative reaction he has caused. Transparency: This article shows views from one side and quotes may be taken out of context. The points offered in this article are good.