From today's webchat with the Post's Dan Balz:
Dunn Loring, Va.: If the WSJ poll is right and 50 percent of all Americans believe that we really did find WMDs in Iraq and 64 percent think Saddam Hussein and al Qaida were linked what does that say about the ability of the press to inform? Or does it say more about the administration and its allies skill to misinform?
Dan Balz: I think the finding suggests that people get and digest information in all kinds of ways and that the news media are just one part of that rather elaborate system.
Terror Links To Saddam's Inner Circle, Fox News, June 12
Saddam, Al Qaeda Did Collaborate, Documents Show, NY Sun, March 24
Report: Hundreds of WMDs Found In Iraq, Fox News, June 22
I could spend the rest of the day putting up links to reputable stories about Saddam's chemical weapons program and the continually growing evidence about his relationship with Al-Qaeda. But I don't think they will penetrate Dunn Loring.