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Originally posted by The Savage Khan
reply to post by deathhasnosound
Never stop questioning. It is popular opinion that Fox News is a bias source but that does not make it true. I would never have dug up that info i did had you not taken the bold stance you did. We are live in a "land of confusion" and we are all on the same side. So I say, keep challenging the status quo. And you have my added respect for conceding.
Obama ran even farther behind McCain on Fox News Channel's Special Report with 79% negative comments (v. 21% positive), compared to 61% negative comments (v. 39% positive) for McCain since June 8. During the primaries Obama had a slight lead in good press on Fox, with 52% favorable comments (v. 48 % unfavorable), compared to 48% favorable (v. 52% unfavorable) for McCain.
Voters overwhelmingly believe that the media wants Barack Obama to win the presidential election. By a margin of 70%-9%, Americans say most journalists want to see Obama, not John McCain, win on Nov. 4.
Live + Same Day Cable News Daily Ratings for October 31, 2008
P2+ Total Day
FNC – 1,503,000 viewers
CNN –899,000 viewers
MSNBC –811,000 viewers
CNBC – 284,000 viewers
HLN – 333,000 viewers
P2+ Prime Time
FNC – 3,304,000 viewers
CNN –1,592,000 viewers
CNBC –146,000 viewers
HLN – 596,000 viewers