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Fox News shows graphic highlighting it is least trusted major news network

Admin Apr 09,2018

Poll shows Fox News is least trusted news network, and they show that actual poll online (twice) – accidentally.


You actually can’t make this up…

There is a Monmouth University poll that shows that less than a third of Americans trust Fox News (30%) more than President Trump (20%).

By comparison, almost half of Americans trusted CNN – the president’s most hated news source – more than him.

And 45 per cent of people questioned said they trusted CNBC more than the Commander-in-Chief.


Trump less trusted than CNN, MSNBC, and Fox as info source


When the blunder graphic was shown live, there appeared to be a minor panic in the studio, with presenter Howard Kurtz saying, “That is not the graphic we are looking for. Hold off. Take that down please.”

He had been expecting to see statistics showing that over three quarters of the public thought that the media reports ‘fake news’ ‘regularly or occasionally.’

Fox News is Trumps favored network – for its right-wing stance and support for Trump.

Trump regularly tweets his respect for Fox News and hailing its commentators – while denouncing points made by Fox News Rivals like CNN and the Washington Post.

Below is the actual graphic Fox News showed twice on the broadcast:

Who do you trust more
The offending graphic was broadcast during a discussion on Sunday morning – and removed seconds later on the orders of host Frank Luntz (Picture: Fox News/Twitter)

 

You just can’t make these kinds of things up.


Article originally, graphic and video appeared on metro.co.uk

Originally video appeared on

 

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