Polls

NY Times Blames Data 'Overload,' 'Compassion Fatigue,' and Basketball for Obama's Low Libya Ratings

Ignoring fears of mission creep or questions about exit strategies, New York Times reporter Kirk Johnson dug up some novel excuses for the public's resistance to Obama's bombing campaign over ...

Times Blames Data 'Overload,' 'Compassion Fatigue,' and Basketball for Obama's Low Libya Ratings

Ignoring fears of mission creep or questions about exit strategies, reporter Kirk Johnson dug up some novel excuses for the public's resistance to Obama's bombing campaign over Libya: Information ...

CNN's Yellin: Congress's Low Polls Numbers Due to Failure to Repeal DADT?

On Wednesday's Newsroom, CNN's Jessica Yellin bizarrely implied that Congress's low poll numbers was linked to their failure to repeal "don't ask, don't tell." After noting the public's support ...

CBS's Andy Rooney: Obama Is 'Doing the Best Job He Knows How and It's Good Enough for Me'

As he devoted his regular 60 Minutes segment on Sunday to complaining about surveys, CBS's Andy Rooney declared his belief that President Obama is "doing the best job he knows how, and it's good ...

For Once, the No Spin Zone: Times Lead Poll Story Shows Big Gains for GOP

Reporters Jim Rutenberg and Megan Thee-Brenan informed their surely disheartened readership that Democrats are losing among all sorts of groups, even women: "Critical parts of the coalition that ...

NBC Finds Most Americans Oppose Repeal of ObamaCare, But CBS Reports 'Just 30%' Favor ObamaCare

Sunday's Today show on NBC and Sunday Morning on CBS presented seemingly contradictory polling results on how much ObamaCare is supported by the American public, although both seemed to be citing ...

Both Parties Equally Vulnerable in November? Hardly

The Times tries to buck up the Democrats for November: "But the latest New York Times/CBS News poll also finds that while voters rate the performance of Democrats negatively, they view Republicans ...

Smearing America as "Islamophobic"

MRC Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Tilt Debate Over Ground Zero Mosque by Hyping Accusations of Public's Supposed Intolerance

Hometown Heartbreak: Mosque Opposition Spreads to Formerly Sophisticated New York City, Laments NY Times

After spending a month assuring readers that most sophisticated New Yorkers are just fine with building a mosque near Ground Zero, the New York Times conducts its own poll and finds New Yorkers ...
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