Poll: Fox News most trusted network

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Again.

MSNBC at 7% :biggrin:

Fox News has the most trusted network and cable news coverage in the United States, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Monday. But network TV is much less trustworthy than it was in the days of Walter Cronkite, American voters say.

In comparison rankings, 29 percent responded that they trust Fox News the most. CNN follows with 22 percent, CBS News and NBC News are at 10 percent, ABC News at 8 percent and MSNBC at 7 percent.



Read more: Poll Fox News most trusted network - Nick Gass - POLITICO
 

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Fox is trusted because everyone watching knows that it is biased in a certain way. The other networks pretend to be "objective" when everyone watching knows that is bullshit.
 

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Fox is trusted because everyone watching knows that it is biased in a certain way. The other networks pretend to be "objective" when everyone watching knows that is bullshit.
Fox is more trusted because they ask hard ball questions from Republicans and Democrats.
 

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Fox is trusted because everyone watching knows that it is biased in a certain way. The other networks pretend to be "objective" when everyone watching knows that is bullshit.
They are more fair and balanced and people like that.
Fox is fair and balanced when compared with MSNBC.
The study also reveals the degree to which the two cable channels that have built themselves around ideological programming, MSNBC and Fox, stand out from other mainstream media outlets. And MSNBC stands out the most. On that channel, 71% of the segments studied about Romney were negative in nature, compared with just 3% that were positive-a ratio of roughly 23-to-1. On Fox, 46% of the segments about Obama were negative, compared with 6% that were positive-a ratio of about 8-to-1 negative. These made them unusual among channels or outlets that identified themselves as news organizations.
Winning the Media Campaign 2012 Pew Research Center s Journalism Project
 

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