Skip to comments.Poll: Journalists, TV Newscasters Less Trustable Than President
Posted on 08/23/2006 3:31:07 PM PDT by screw boll
The newsmakers of today are full of it. They are obsessed with the "distrust" people have in the President. These Hippies fail to take note that according a July poll; the public has more trust in the President, than in their trash.
(See more results at polling Report.com).
That's got to hurt:')
Especially since I don't watch TV network news.
It is a shame they did`nt itemize by each individual enemy within our own borders.(cronkite,rather,murrow,couric,gumbel,maher,hollywood etc.
This will never be heard of again.
But Journalists outscored Members of Congress. lol.
Of course, there will be a CNN/ABC/CBS/NBC poll that counters the results of this poll:
Q: Do you believe the Gallup poll that says people trust the President who lied about WMD more than they trust hardworking Journalists who put their lives on the line to bring you harrowing reports from war-torn areas of the world?
Trustable? Is that like Truthiness?
|Members of Congress||35||35||46||
Well, I did my part and moved it into the Front Page News sidebar
No offense to the police out there, but I'm surprised how many people out there trust them that much.
I've met more than a few of some of the finest men I know in the police corps. Then again, I'm met some of the most crooked, underhanded you could imagine, too. It tends to polarize people in camps, methinks.
I see everybody has the right idea on the congress critters. Lower than low.
No one ever runs a poll about the trustworthiness of pollsters.
This really cements what I've always known all along.
What is really scary is that professors have a trust rating of 75%! The indoctrination of the past thirty years is paying off for the liberal left.
Ping A Ling
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