By Bob Ellis, Dakota Voice
Zogby has a very telling poll out today on the American people’s preference and opinion of various news sources.
The survey of 3,030 adults asked If you had to choose to get your news information from just one source, which source would you choose?
The internet was the top source with 56% preferring it to television, radio and newspapers. Newspapers–which are probably the worst at displaying “liberally biased objectivity”–came in fourth at 10%…only ahead of the 3% which preferred “Other/not sure.”
As for reliability, internet news sources again came in at #1 with 38% considering the internet the most reliable. Television came in next at 17%, followed by newspapers (16%) and radio (13%).
Back in the old days (up until the mid 1990s), the “mainstream” (i.e. liberal) media had a lock on information in this country. With a few relatively minor exceptions, liberals overwhelmingly dominated the flow of “information” (propaganda, really) in America: ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, NPR, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the LA Times, et al.
Then came the internet revolution, along with Fox News, and suddenly that monopoly was broken. People finally had alternatives to learn about current events–alternatives that weren’t sold out to the pro-big government liberal mindset.
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