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NewsBusters' Noyes: Obama's Poor Polls Ignored by Liberal Media

By    |   Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014 06:24 PM

Mainstream media outlets are covering the sinking popularity of President Barack Obama much less than they did when President George W. Bush's poll numbers plummeted, says Rich Noyes, the research director of Media Research Center and a senior editor at NewsBusters.

"Over the course of a year, Obama's approval ratings are getting very little attention on the big three evening newscasts so we went back and counted," Noyes said Wednesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

"In the first eight months of 2006 the networks ran 23 polls on Bush's approval rating and they ran 124 evening news stories about that finding and other findings about how then President Bush was declining in the polls.

"This year they've run 15 polls, not quite as many but quite a lot, but they've only run nine stories in the same period of time about President Obama's declining polls, only two about his overall approval rating. They're taking the polls, they're just not putting the results on the air where people can see them."

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Mainstream media outlets are covering the sinking popularity of President Barack Obama much less than they did when President George W. Bush's poll numbers plummeted, says Rich Noyes, the research director of Media Research Center and a senior editor at NewsBusters. Over...
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