Friday, January 18, 2008

And The Sun Sets In The West

Liberal bias in the media is so strong that ordinary Americans overwhelmingly see it.

By four-to-one margins, Americans surveyed see The New York Times (41.9% to 11.8%) and National Public Radio (40.3% to 11.2%) as mostly or somewhat liberal over mostly or somewhat conservative.

By a three-to-one margin, Americans see news media journalists and broadcasters (45.4% to 15.7%) as mostly or somewhat liberal over mostly or somewhat conservative.

And, by a two-to-one margin, Americans see CNN (44.9% to 18.4%) and MSNBC (38.8% to 15.8%) as mostly or somewhat liberal over mostly or somewhat conservative.

Just Fox News was seen as mostly and somewhat conservative (48.7%) over mostly or somewhat liberal (22.3%).

The most trusted national TV news organizations, for accurate reporting, in declining order included: Fox News (27.0%), CNN (14.6%), and NBC News (10.90%). These were followed by ABC News (7.0%), local news (6.9%), CBS News (6.8%) MSNBC (4.0%), PBS News (3.0%), CNBC (0.6%) and CBN (0.5%).

4 Comments:

Anonymous Jane said...

I have seen conservative and liberalism in all popular tv and radio stations. Have seen more conservative reporters on Fox than others and. Some of the reporters inject their own thinking into the reporting and it shows. If you are looking for politics almost all day and night MSNBC is the place to go.

January 18, 2008 8:41 AM  
Anonymous ray said...

Don't have time for much politics. Can't stand that Hillary and her husband is as bad as she is.

January 18, 2008 7:25 PM  
Anonymous liz said...

If you want to get any kind of realistic view of what is going on in our world you have to watch the Fox station. The liberals have taken over the other stations and the reporting is so unjust and unfair.

January 19, 2008 8:53 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

If you want strictly Conservatives watch FOX.
If you want liberals watch something else.

January 20, 2008 7:45 PM  

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