You can't back up what you've posted with any facts whatsoever.
Before you lose your shit and start spewing OMG's please find something factual to contradict the charts.
How biased is your news source? You probably won’t agree with this chart
By Shawn Langlois
Published: Apr 21, 2018 9:30 a.m. ET
Alex Jones, an American radio host, author and conspiracy theorist, addresses the media.
Are we even aware of our biases anymore?
If you look at this chart and are convinced your “extreme” source belongs in the middle, you just might be part of the problem plaguing America today.
In the past, national evening news programs, local evening news programs, and the front pages of print newspapers were dominated by fact-reporting stories,” says the chart’s creator, patent attorney Vanessa Otero. “Now, however, many sources people consider to be ‘news sources’ are actually dominated by analysis and opinion pieces.”
She released the first version of the chart back in 2016, and she’s updated it several times since. Over the past year, it’s gone viral, with thousands of educators at both the high school and college levels using the compelling visual. She says she’s “shocked” by all the attention it’s received and still gets requests every day.
Otero also talked about why such bias is so troubling.
“I think the extremes are very toxic and damaging to the country,” she explained to MarketWatch. “These extreme sources play on people’s worst instincts, like fear and tribalism, and take advantage of people’s confirmation biases.”
And with that, let the backlash over the latest version begin.
Obviously, to many conservatives, Fox News, home to the guy Carter Page describes as this generation’s “Edward R. Murrow,” has no business on the fringe. And the fact that CNN’s bordering the neutral zone is sure to rankle Trump fans.
Then there’s Infowars, which Otero deems “nonsense damaging to public discourse.” Infowars, after the chart first surfaced, responded with one of its own:
Infowars, run by Alex Jones, wrote that the chart is an example of the “dying dinosaur media’s extreme liberal bias” and that it unfairly “demonizes” independent media. Here’s just one example of how Infowars shows off its independence:
“If you have just a couple sources that you think are in the middle but none exist either to the right or left of them, or up or down from them, you may be on the wrong track,” Otero said, adding that
MarketWatch will make the next update.
Fox News is less trusted than CNN and MSNBC, Fox News graphic shows
By Shawn Langlois
Published: Apr 21, 2018 9:29 a.m. ET
Fox’s Howard Kurtz chides AP for initially failing to report he intended to display the graphic later in the segment
That is not the graphic we are looking for. Hold off. Take that down, please.’
That’s host Howard Kurtz asking for the Fox News control room to take down this graphic, which was shown at the wrong point during a “Media Buzz” segment on Sunday:
The graphic was shown again later in the show, but the host didn’t exactly focus on the fact that Fox News lagged competitors by the poll’s measure. The internet, of course, focused on exactly that:
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Fox News accidentally broadcast graphic showing they're least trusted network
On the other hand, the Monmouth poll Kurtz was referring to also found that, among Republicans, Trump is much more trustworthy than CNN and MSNBC.
“One bright lining in the whole fake-news debate is that major cable news operations are still more trusted than a single officeholder,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute. “Unless you are a Republican, in which case Trump’s Twitter feed may be your go-to news source.”