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									POLL: IFC/ZOGBY overwhelming media bias « Citizens Against Pro-Obama Media Bias                           2/18/09 5:11 PM

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 POLL: IFC/ZOGBY overwhelming media bias
 By mattie14

 December 29, 2008

 Independent Film Channel/Zogby poll shows overwhelmingly that Americans believe the news is biased and
 that the biased coverage influenced the outcome of the presidential election. Surprise.

 They polled 3,472 adults nationwide on November 5 and 6, 2008 with a very good split of sampling. Of those
 surveyed: Dems 38%, Rep 31% and Independents 28%. East (22%), South (26%), Center/Great Lakes (30%)
 and west (22%). Nearly all (99.6%) were registered to vote,99.7% voted. 53% voted for barry 46% McCain.
 MOE +/- 1.7%.

 93.1% barry received more coverage
 4.1% thought McCain received more

 74.7% thought media coverage of the presidential election influenced the outcome
 94.2% Rep
 55.6% Dem
 79.3% Men
 70.2% Women

 Overall unreliable
 80% TV
 84% Radio

 72.6% believe the news they read/see is biased.
 88.7% Rep
 57.5% Dem
 77% males
 67% females
 73.3% White
 76.7% Hispanic
 62.2% Black
 70.6% Asian        Page 1 of 4
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 83.5% Other

 Most reliable source of news
 37.6% Internet
 20.3% National TV News
 16% Radio
 11.3% Valid newspapers
 4% Local TV News

 Most trusted Newspaper
 20.1% don’t read newspapers
 19.6 NY Times
 19.2% Local
 17.4% WSJ

 Most trusted source:
 39.3% FOX
 16% CNN
 15% MSNBC
 10.1% PBS
 6% NBC

 Least trusted:
 0.6% CNBC
 1.5% CBS
 3.3% ABC

 81% Rep trust FOX
 30.3% Dems trust MSNBC
 26.2% Dems trust CNN

 Most trusted news personality:
 12.5% Rush Limbaugh
 10.1% Bill O’Reilly
 10.3% None listed
 8.5% Brokaw
 8% Hannity
 6.9% Olbermann
 6.6% Williams
 6.3% Maddow

 Least trusted:
 0.6% Elisabeth Hasselbeck (How is she considered a news source?)
 1.6% Colbert
 1.9% Matthews
 2.1% Stephanopoulos

 Most trusted news personality:
 14.2% Dem Keith Olbermann
 29.2% Rep Rush Limbaugh

 Don’t think media giving a true representation of Iraq
 73% overall        Page 2 of 4
POLL: IFC/ZOGBY overwhelming media bias « Citizens Against Pro-Obama Media Bias                                             2/18/09 5:11 PM

 90% Rep
 55.6% Dem

 So 73% believe there is media bias in general, 75% thought media bias influenced the outcome of the
 presidential election and 93% thought barry got more coverage.

 Sure doesn’t get a lot clearer than that for folks who need stats to point out the obvious.

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 2 Responses to “POLL: IFC/ZOGBY overwhelming media bias”
     1. Ted Says:
         December 30, 2008 at 7:40 PM

         Challenge, can anyone prove this wrong?:–

         1. Constitution Article II requires USA President to be “natural born citizen”.

         2. BHO’s website admits his dad was Kenyan/British, not American, citizen when BHO was born.

         3. BHO is therefore not a “natural born citizen” (irrespective of Hawaiian birth or whether he may be a
         14th Amendment “citizen” of USA) — as confirmed in the Senate’s own McCain qualification
         resolution agreed to by BHO.

         4. Supreme Court has already docketed two upcoming conferences, 1/9/09 and 1/16/09 — between dates
         Congress counts electoral votes (1/8/09) and Presidential inauguration (1/20/09) — to address Berg Case
         and fashion relief on BHO’s eligibility to be President.

         5. Since no facts are in dispute, Supreme Court rules on Summary Judgment to enjoin BHO’s
         inauguration as President.

         6. Therefore, BHO is not inaugurated as President.

         7. Vice President Elect Biden is inaugurated Acting President under the 20th Amendment to serve until
         new President is determined — the procedure for which determination to be set out by Congress and/or
         the Supreme Court so long as in conformance with the Constitution.

     2. Proobamedia books: Chuckie T’s « Citizens Against Pro-Obama Media Bias Says:
         January 2, 2009 at 9:23 PM

         [...] Post. I hope I live long enough for them to be called out on their obvious bias. Bias that 74.7% of
         Americans believe directly affected the outcome of the presidential election. And 93% thought barry                          Page 3 of 4
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