An April 25, 2014 CBC article is entitled: “Canada vs. U.S. middle class: What the New York Times missed.”
The subhead reads: “‘It’s just one data set,’ an economist says.”
The article is of interest because it deals with how blurbs are created, and what they are based on.
The opening paragraph reads:
“An analysis piece in the venerable New York Times declaring that Canada’s middle class is now better off than the middle class in the U.S. has certainly generated headlines across this country. But not all analysts are convinced the report tells the whole story.”