Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 95 E300
Location: Inside my head
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Who's Fair and Balanced?: Fox News Channel's coverage was more balanced toward both parties than the broadcast networks were. On FOX, evaluations of all Democratic candidates combined were split almost evenly - 51% positive vs. 49% negative, as were all evaluations of GOP candidates - 49% positive vs. 51% negative, producing a perfectly balanced 50-50 split for all candidates of both parties.
On the three broadcast networks, opinion on Democratic candidates split 47% positive vs. 53% negative, while evaluations of Republicans were more negative - 40% positive vs. 60% negative. For both parties combined, network evaluations were almost 3 to 2 negative in tone, i.e. 41% positive vs. 59% negative.
Is this in dispute?
WTF is everybody getting all wound-up about, it's entertainment, folks. News is just another way to sell soap and cars. You have to be a freaking dumbass to use only one news source. Every bleeding one of them has a perspective. Why? Because human beings decide what to report and how much to report and how to report it.
Don't like these poll results? Fine, fund your own.
The biggest problems we are facing right now have to do with George Bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through Congress at all and that’s what I intend to reverse.
~ Senator Barack H. Obama