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How biased are the media, really? - The Washington Post

The Washington Post, and the news media in general, as I recall, never complained when .
Not only has the news media overemphasized negative stories and underreported positive news stories related to the Trump administration, it has also published or aired numerous embarrassing and highly partisan reports that are unlike anything distributed by the mainstream press before.

Is there a source for objective, unbiased, non-partisan news ..


This media bias shouldn’t come as a surprise; researchers Lars Willnat and David H. Weaver, both professors at Indiana University, found in their 2013 survey only 7.1 percent of journalists identify as Republican. In 1971, 25.7 percent of journalists said they identified as Republican.

 

and most members of the news media have a bias ..


18. In a 2007 , University of Chicago researchers used simulations to compare the abilities of police officers and the general population to determine whether to shoot a target that was flashed before them. The targets featured a mix of armed and unarmed black and white people. While “both samples exhibited robust racial bias in response speed,” researchers concluded that “officers outperformed community members on a number of measures, including overall speed and accuracy.” The bias related to response speed was found to be anti-black.


The problem isn’t just tied to party affiliation, either. Because the print news industry is being replaced by a more centralized internet-based media, news outlets are increasingly being headquartered in left-leaning population centers on the East and West Coasts. Politico reported that in 2016 “more than half of publishing employees worked in counties that (Hillary) Clinton won by 30 points or more.”


Bias in the News - ChILD SOLDIERS

. On her12 p.m. ET hour MSNBC show on Tuesday, host Andrea Mitchell could barely conceal her disgust whilereporting on a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll showing a majority of Americans supported theenhanced interrogation tactics used by the CIA after September 11th: "51% said that the procedures used, the interrogation enhanced tactics, which have been defined as torture, 51% said that they were acceptable under the circumstances. Only 28% said that they went too far."

The Bias Language of News Reports | Media Bias

. It's the reason for the season,so naturally, attacks on Christianity tend to pick up around this time of year. The mocking andsacrilege gets a bit more pointed in the media. The sneering contempt from entertainers and leftyactivists gets a bit thicker. But insulting Christians is a year-round sport, like bowling. Unlike bowling, you'll find all the best people doing it, from the New Yorker to Comedy Central, from CNN to Hollywood. Whether it's a "beef baby Jesus," "climate change Christmas carols" or simply slandering core beliefs as "bigotry," media liberals haven't held back when it comes to Christians this year. Unless there was serious or good news to report. Then there was mostly silence.

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. offered two stories on Christmas in their December 25 newscast, including ashow-ender about "what Christmas means to me." Substitute anchor Tamron Hall offered thisintroduction: "Finally, on this special night, a question: What does Christmas mean to you? Maybe it's the presents, the lights, the music, or getting together with family. We put the question to people around the country and discovered once against that Christmas means something a little different to everyone."

What is the bias of The Hill news magazine? - Quora

. In a survey of the "Craziest Politiciansof 2014," GQ had difficulty locating any Democrats. Seventeen out of 20 on the list were Republicans, with the only liberals being Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Georgia Rep. Hank Johnsonand America's reigning nabob of nuttiness, Joe Biden. In a note appended to the story, GQdefensively said it wasn't guilty of "standard liberal-media bias," it just couldn't find any loony Democrats to speak of.