Ryan E.
November 13, 2022

Poll: 56% of Likely Voters Disapprove of the Media’s Coverage of the Midterms

People may think that abortion or the economy are the most important issues in politics today, but that simply isn't true.

It's trust.

The reason that trust is bigger than every other issue combined is because ZERO percent of those issues can ever be solved without trust. Unless Americans know that good faith solutions to problems are being presented, we're never going to be able to save all the babies or prevent America's economy from tanking.

Voters don't trust politicians, and they sure don't trust the media, so no major progress is able to be made.

Americans are coming to the realization that the elite aren't looking to help us out, they're looking to do what's best for the elite.

That's why politicians will never give you a straight answer. Why would Joe Biden admit he's risking your security so that his son Hunter can land ANOTHER no-show paycheck?

He wouldn't, because nobody is holding him accountable.

Especially the media, and Americans are picking up on it.

Most voters in America think that our media did a terrible job covering midterm elections, just as they have done the past two presidential elections. Remember in 2016 when none of them gave Donald Trump a shot? It turned out Donald had millions and millions and millions of fans, but the New York Times wouldn't admit it until after the election.

2020 and 2022 have been more of the same, with election results taking FAR too long to tabulate.

As a result, Americans are turning off their televisions at a record rate. Over 55% of Americans claim to be "disillusioned" by the media's recent portrayal of America, our midterm elections in particular.

The poll was conducted by Rasmussen Reports and found that even American liberals can have a hard time trusting the media because of places like CNN and MSNBC's extreme bias toward Democrats:

"Fifty-six percent (56%) of Republicans think the media’s campaign coverage this year favored Democrats, a belief shared by 45% of Democrats and 39% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Eighteen percent (18%) of Republicans, 15% of Democrats and 10% of unaffiliated voters say most media coverage of this year’s congressional campaign favored Republicans. Thirteen percent (13%) of Republicans, 32% of Democrats and 33% of unaffiliated voters believe most of the coverage was balanced."

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