Thursday, February 28, 2008

President Bush's Favorability Is Higher Than The New York Times

We all know the Times is nothing more than a mouthpiece for the radical left. Now the rest of the country is catching on.

Just 24% of American voters have a favorable opinion of the New York Times. Forty-four percent (44%) have an unfavorable opinion and 31% are not sure.

You can see by the breakdown that only liberals have a favorable view of the Times while both Conservatives and independents see them as nothing more than the media wing for the democrat party.

By a 50% to 18% margin, liberal voters have a favorable opinion of the paper. By a 69% to 9%, conservative voters offer an unfavorable view. The newspaper earns favorable reviews from 44% of Democrats, 9% of Republicans, and 17% of those not affiliated with either major political story.

Hat tip: Powerline

3 Comments:

Anonymous Liz said...

That's all we can expect from The New York Times. They are so liberal. There is never a word of truth or honesty in their reporting.

February 28, 2008 3:51 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

New York Times has reported many stories that are suspect. How they continue to be so popular is beyond my comprehension. Think they are one of the oldest and largest newspapers in the country, maybe that's how they are still so popular, but not with me.

February 28, 2008 8:03 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

Bush and the New York Times could use a boost about now.

February 29, 2008 8:26 PM  

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