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Journalists Admitting Liberal Bias, Part Two

While most in the media business continue to deny the problem of liberal bias, a number of journalists have admitted that the majority of their brethren approach the news from a liberal angle.
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Journalists Denying Liberal Bias, Part Two

In spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, many journalists still refuse to acknowledge that most of the establishment media tilts to the left.

Networks Cover Bogus 'Balloon Boy' Story 100 Times More Than Made-Up Limbaugh Quotes

ABC, CBS and NBC morning shows give more than 80 minutes to possible 'stunt,' but a meager 47 seconds to made up comments about conservative talk show host.

NBC and CBS Morning Shows Ignore False Limbaugh Quotes and Failure of NFL Bid

NBC and CBS's morning shows on Thursday completely skipped any reference to the false quotes that forced Rush Limbaugh to be dropped from a group bidding to buy the St. Louis Rams. Only Good ...
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Exhibit 2-21: Trust and Satisfaction with the National Media (2009)

The Sacred Heart University Polling Institute released its 2009 survey on "Trust and Satisfaction with the National News Media."

'Good Morning America's' Snowe Job on Medical Bankruptcies

ABC allows senator who voted for health care bill to cite misleading statistic regarding medical debt.
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Exhibit 2-19: Pew Study Finds Media Credibility Plummets

A major biennial news consumption survey from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press released on August 17, 2008 found that "virtually every news organization or program has seen its ...

ABC Ignores False Limbaugh Quotes; More Interested in Comparing Rush to Marge Schott

ABC's Good Morning America on Tuesday devoted two stories to whether the "controversial" Rush Limbaugh would be able to buy an NFL team, but skipped any discussion of the false quotes that have ...
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Exhibit 2-15: Sacred Heart University Polling Institute (2007)

The Sacred Heart University Polling Institute polled 800 Americans in late November and early December, 2007.
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