Fox News Skews the Average

My favorite recent poll is the OpEdNews/Zogby poll (http://tinyurl.com/hgkgl) of Pennsylvania residents, which found that “39% said that the 2004 election was stolen. 54% said it was legitimate. But let’s look at the demographics on this question. Of the people who watch Fox news as their primary source of TV news, one half of one percent believe it was stolen and 99% believe it was legitimate. Among people who watched ANY other news source but FOX, more felt the election was stolen than legitimate. The numbers varied dramatically.”

Here, from that poll, are the stations listed as first choice by respondents and the percentage of respondents who thought the election was stolen: CNN 70%; MSNBC 65%; CBS 64%; ABC 56%; Other 56%; NBC 49%; FOX 0.5%.

With 99% of Fox viewers believing that the election was “legitimate,” only the constant propaganda of Rupert Murdoch’s disinformation campaign stands in the way of a majority of Americans coming to grips with the reality of two consecutive stolen elections.

Electronic voting secretly controlled by private partisan corporations is an invitation to voting fraud. Hackwell plans to take advantage of his Diebold conflict of interest – remember he held Diebold stock as he negotiated an unbid contract with them – to steal this fall’s election.

The people of Pennsylvania, except for Fox news viewers, get it. Buckeyes next door understand the theft as well, and realize Hackwell was orchestrating the crime.

2 replies
  1. kickass_in_columbus
    kickass_in_columbus says:

    Those stats are very revealing. The GOP pushed for deregulation so people like Murdock could buy more stations. Then they use their stations to spread propaganda and lies. It all makes sense.

  2. takebackthehouse
    takebackthehouse says:

    We just need to keep pushing.

    The Dixie Chicks’ new song, “Not Ready to Make Nice,” is number one on the download charts, but it is not being played on the Country Music stations because of lead singer Natalie Maines’ anti-Bush remarks in 2003. She said that she was ashamed that Bush was from her home state of Texas, right before he started the invasion of Iraq.

    Station managers, and corporate management, are trying to suppress the anti-Bush sentiments, whether the extent of vote fraud or anti-war statements by popular artists, but the people are beginning to wake up.

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