Skip to comments.08/10/06 FOX News Poll: Mideast Crisis, Iraq and Cuba (Fox News just joined the liberal media)
Posted on 08/10/2006 11:47:00 AM PDT by Akeirook
Unfortunatley you have to click on the PDF link in the Fox article to get the results on the congressional elections, since the rest discuss Cuba, Castro, Israel and other issues. It claims that Dems are leading Republicans 48% to 30% and that the Republican party is viewed unfaborably by 51% and favorably by 38%.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
This must be Roger Ailes upset over a slight slip in the ratings. If he thinks it's going to help by catering to liberal pukes he's dead wrong. I'd sooner turn it all off and simply read Newsmax then watch Fox tilt further to the left.
Here is a listing of recent polls at polling report (this website doesn't do the polling, they merely collect poll results by ABC, WSJ, CNN, FOX, etc...) According to CNN, the GOP is at least at 40%. The Clinton News Network is at 40% and Fox is at 30%? The GOP lost ten points in a manner of weeks? After the far left pulls off a coup de tat in the Democratic ranks and the Middle East lights up in flames in Lebanon and the president's approval rating rebounds?
Original headline: "08/10/06 FOX News Poll: Mideast Crisis, Iraq and Cuba"
www.pollingreport.com Sorry, forgot link. It has multiple polls contradicting Fox by overtly liberal media outlets.
Must be a slow news day. :)
Opinion Dynamics is a horrid polling firm.
They had Kerry 48% - Bush 46% on Election Day 2004 with 90% undecideds breaking for Kerry.
Meaning, the Fox Poll had Kerry - 53% to Bush - 47%.
I've already quit watching FOX. I'd rather get my socialism (if I need to get it at all), straight from the MSM mouth.
The internet is my news source. At least there is some choice left there.
They've been with the liberal media all along. They are just less liberal than the other networks.
...I don't buy into the Lefts characterization of Fox as leaning Right. To those on the Left, if you air BOTH sides of an issue...then you're being biased Right. That's totally paranoid.
This Harry Truman quote comes to mind: "I never did give anybody hell. I just told the truth and they thought it was hell."
Rupert/Hillary = ?
You don't peel off 2-3% of CNN's viewers every year by staying conservative.
I think others at Fox went liberal a long time ago such as Shep's show.
Is anyone planning on starting a TRULY conservative 24 hour news network?
Fox News is pissing me off. They have the male version of Christiane Amonpour reporting from Lebannon all the time now. I can't tell the difference from the BBC or Fox when that guy is reporting.
They have fallen in the same cliche that the liberal MSM does:
When reporting from the middle-east, you have to have someone wearing glasses and talking with a british accent.
You folks who continue to denigrate polls that show the GOP is in deep kimchi are whistling past the graveyard. As a conservative who voted the straight Republican ticket in every single election from 1960 through 1990, again in 1994, then from 1998 through 1992, I'm about as Republican as they get. I even voted for Bush 43 twice as governor and once for president. But I'm so disgusted with what passes for Republicans nowadays that I hope they get buried in November. It has become increasingly obvious that George Wallace (former Democratic governor of Alabama) was right on the money when he said in '68 that "there's not a dime's worth of difference between the parties". I'm sick to my stomach of voting for "the lesser of two evils". As far as I'm concerned, ALL politicians can kiss my patootie.
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