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Media Research Center

Exhibit 2-23: 2010 Surveys Find Two-Thirds of Public Is “Angry” at the Media

A pair of Rasmussen Reports surveys in the spring of 2010 confirmed the public’s low estimation of the media’s fairness and ethics.

The NYT's Skewed View: Liberal Newsweek 'Strives to Be Apolitical," Far-Left Daily Kos Just a 'Political Blog'

Two stories in Thursday's New York Times featured the paper avoiding pinning ideological labels on two liberal media organs: the magazine Newsweek and the blog Daily Kos. Reporter Jeremy Peters ...

Far-Left Daily Kos Just a 'Political Blog' at the Times

Joseph Plambeck never reveals precisely what sort of "political blog" Daily Kos is: "Mr. Moulitsas said that because of his blog's success, there are other polling organizations willing to work ...

NBC: Obama's 'Commander-in-Chief' Moment with McChrystal a Hidden Blessing

On Wednesday's Today show, NBC's Chuck Todd touted President Obama's "swiftness" in dealing with the controversy surrounding General Stanley McChrystal comments in Rolling Stone magazine as a ...

Rasmussen Finds Most "Angry" with Liberal, Pro-Obama Media

A Rasmussen survey finds most Americans (51%) say the average reporter is more liberal than they are, and nearly as many (48%) think the media are "are trying to help" pass President Obama's ...

Tolerant Young Fight AZ Immigration Law: Stick-In-the-Mud Baby Boomers Embrace It

Where's the contradiction? The Times' Damien Cave looks at the Times polling on Arizona's immigration law and divides people into young idealists opposed to it and old baby boomers supporting it: ...

Blow Braces Against 'Unconscionable Conservative Tilts' Among Voters Come November

Columnist Charles Blow laments that each day is "bringing more news of unconscionable conservative tilts in the electorate" but rallies the leftist troops with a reworking of an positivity slogan: ...

Misleading NYT Poll Doesn't Stop People from Favoring AZ Immigration Law

The New York Times initially spun a 60%-36% pro-enforcement gap as a "slim margin." And the law doesn't give "police the power to question anyone they suspect is in the country illegally," as a ...

Misleading Poll Question Doesn't Stop Respondents from Favoring AZ Immigration Law

The Times initially spun a 60%-36% pro-enforcement gap as a "slim margin." And the law doesn't give "police the power to question anyone they suspect is in the country illegally, as the misleading ...
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