Thursday, December 16, 2010

Just The Facts, Cont.

According to polling by World Public Opinion, people who watch news programs are better informed about public policy issues than people who don't watch, with one exception...[wait for it]..viewers of Fox News (a.k.a. Faux, Fux, etc.). The polling shows that regular Fox viewers are significantly more inclined to be misinformed about current public policy issues than are non-Fox news program viewers. Shocking, we know. "Fairly Unbalanced" and "We Distort, You Obey" aren't sarcastic twists on the Fox brand; they are the Fox brand.

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