Richard Wolffe of Newsweek:
I think the press here does a fantastic job of adhering to journalistic standards in covering politics in general.
Americans are keenly aware of how many U.S. forces have lost their lives in Iraq, according to a new AP-Ipsos poll. But they woefully underestimate the number of Iraqi civilians who have been killed…
Among those polled for the AP survey…the median estimate of Iraqi deaths was 9,890.
As many as 654,965 more Iraqis may have died since hostilities began in Iraq in March 2003 than would have been expected under pre-war conditions, according to a survey conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Al Mustansiriya University in Baghdad.
(Title borrowed from Saheli.)