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Most Voters thought the Media’s Midterm Election Coverage Was Bad


the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, less than half of voters think the news media did a good job covering the midterm campaign, and nearly half believe the coverage was biased in favor of Democrats.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 13% of Likely U.S. voters rate the media coverage of this year’s congressional campaign excellent and another 24% rate it good. Twenty-three percent (23%) give the media’s midterm coverage a fair rating and 33% rate it poor. In November 2020, 40% rated the media’s coverage of the presidential campaign excellent or good.  (To see survey question wording, click here.)

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3 thoughts on “Most Voters thought the Media’s Midterm Election Coverage Was Bad

  1. The vast majority of the media is nothing more that the public relations arm of the DNC.

  2. It should not take DAYS to count the vote in 2022.

    Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark.

  3. Mail voting has to go.

    OTOH, I voted in Glen Rock. They have these iPads situated roughly vertically which makes it virtually impossible to do a normal signature that can be compared. That being the case, i just did a rubric and assumed they would ask for ID. They did not.

    Then the initial results came out showing that two Republicans had won for council, one of them having only a one vote margin on a Democrat. But just like last time, when the absentee and mail in votes were counted, the Dems had a substantial majority. JUST LIKE I EXPECTED.

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