Skip to comments.Study: News Media Tone Favors Romney, MSNBC Most Negative
Posted on 11/02/2012 10:39:14 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
WASHINGTON (CBS DC) Media coverage stemming from two cable channels, MSNBC and Fox, took on negative tones about both candidates and MSNBC stood out the most.
On that channel, 71 percent of the segments studied about Romney were negative in nature during the 2012 campaign, compared with just 3% that were positive-a ratio of roughly 23-to-1.
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The media has absolutely nothing to contribute to this country or its future. Journalism is a dead product and newspapers are only good for places for dog to go potty.
See, the NYT does have a useful purpose for America’s dogs.
CNN remains a big time cheerleader for the ‘Rats.
MSNBC was biased for Obama???
My God. I am shocked. I am losing faith in humanity!!!
“The media has absolutely nothing to contribute to this country or its future.”
Not even live target practice?
that would only last 10 mins
Actually this is kind of funny...heh.
MSNBC is all opinion all the time...
FOX has actual NEWS programs on until about 8 or so.
So...lets see, comparing MSNBC’s crazy far left antics to FOX’s NEWS and right opinion shows...hmmm.
Okay, MSNBC wins during the periods that FOX does not do opinion news. Well that is not due to ratings just no competition even if they won (Actually FOX beats them in every time slot).
FOX wins every other time due to ratings. Could be that is because they actually provide NEWS the the MSM no longer provides...probably or if they do, it is scripted to their ideals. Truth or other opinions not allowed! Okay, I’m talking about the Times but you already knew that...heh.
In other news, MSM says that folk singers are obsolete...
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