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Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) is a non-profit organization which analyzes and critiques the presentation of scientific findings and statistical evidence in the news media. Formerly associated with George Mason University and the Center for Media and Public Affairs, STATS is currently associated with Jon Entine’s Science Literacy Project and Sense About Science USA.

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STATS was founded in 1994 by S. Robert Lichter, a professor of communications at George Mason University.

In 2001, Lichter and his staff published It Ain’t Necessarily So, a book about the media’s coverage of a range of topics from crime statistics to the 2001 anthrax attacks. The Philadelphia Inquirer called it “a solid critique of the way data-based reports and studies are presented in the media”, while felt that the book employed “the very same tactics that it finds so objectionable when used by journalists and publishers”.

In 2007 STATS sponsored a survey of climate scientists, which was conducted by Harris International. The survey found that most climate scientists believe that human-induced global warming is occurring, although there is disagreement about its consequences, and few trust the popular media coverage of climate change.

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