Public Trust in Media Accuracy and Fairness Plunges, Liberal v Conservative Bias Gap at 28 Points

"The public's assessment of the accuracy of news stories is now at its lowest level in more than two decades of Pew Research surveys," a new poll from the Pew Research Center for the People and ...

ABC Manages to Find 'Glass Half Full' for Obama on Health as His Polls Fall

ABC on Friday night made clear how President Obama is losing favor on health, but Kate Snow still saw a "glass half full" view: "It's not all bad news for the President...if you look at the glass ...

Flashback: 35% of Democrats Think Bush Knew of 9/11 Attacks in Advance

MSNBC hosts have been fixated over using "birthers" to discredit conservatives, highlighting a poll which found a majority of Republicans (58%) either believe Barack Obama wasn't born in the U.S. ...

Bad Polls for Obama; CBS Finds Bright Spots, NBC Skates Over Devastating Judgment

CBS and NBC released polls Wed. that illustrated how the public is moving against President Obama on health as his overall approval fell to its lowest-ever level. But while both conveyed the bad ...

NBC Chafes Obama's Honeymoon Over, But 'It's Not Personal, It's Professional'

"The honeymoon is coming to an end for President Obama," NBC's Chuck Todd fretted Wed. night in summarizing a NBC poll. "But," he rebounded, "it's not personal. It's professional as now the public ...

CNN Provides 'Election Edition' Exception to Media's Pro-Obama Coverage

'Your $$$$$' co-hosts go out of their way in attempt to balance air time for Democrat and Republican analysts.

Networks Obsess Over Polls, Limit Substantive Coverage

'Big three' cover campaign horse race, surveys nearly eight times more than policy proposals.

And the Winner Is ... Anyone but the Media

Journalists refuse to believe any link between industry collapse, liberal bias.

The Nation Describes 'Rich Old White Men' as the 'Problem'

Liberal magazine cites New York Times-CBS News poll that labels annual income of $50,000 'rich' and over 45 'old.'

Charles Barkley Predicts 'Reverse Bradley Effect'

Former NBA star says race will play role on Election Day, but thinks some may look beyond because Obama presidency benefits them economically.
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