THE AMERICAN MEDIA SHOULD BE SO PROUD … THEIR LIBERAL BIAS NOW RANKS THEM LOWER THAN PAVADA IN RUSSIA …
According to the latest Pew Research poll the United States media is less trusted than media in any other country including Russia, Mexico, Ghana and Nigeria. Maybe even Haiti. The MSM in the U.S. has continued to be nothing more than the LEFT’s bias agenda for years; however, with the election of President Donald Trump, they have truly jumped the shark. The MSM does not care whether there are supportive facts or not in promoting their hate-Trump stories. Who cares whether the sources are credible? As long as the story-line fits the liberal media agenda, it is fit to print or show on TV. Sadly, the MSM has become nothing more than a political propaganda vehicle of the Democrat party.
Hmm, which makes former President Obama’s remarks about FOX News viewers not being like those that watch the MSM even more remarkable.
Publics around the world overwhelmingly agree that the news media should be unbiased in their coverage of political issues, according to a new Pew Research Center survey of 38 countries. Yet, when asked how their news media are doing on reporting different political issues fairly, people are far more mixed in their sentiments, with many saying their media do not deliver. And, in many countries, there are sharp political differences in views of the media – with the largest gap among Americans.
To build off Pew Research Center’s earlier findings about U.S. news media habits and attitudes, this new cross-national survey begins to study these dynamics globally. The survey finds that a median of 75% across 38 countries say it is never acceptable for a news organization to favor one political party over others when reporting the news. Just 20% say this is sometimes okay. People in Europe show the greatest opposition to political bias in their news, including 89% in Spain and 88% in Greece who think this is unacceptable. In the United States, 78% say the news media should never favor one political party over another. In only five countries do at least three-in-ten believe it is okay to favor one side.