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Rich Noyes: Mainstream Media Tuning Out Obama's Poor Polls

By    |   Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 12:32 PM

The mainstream media — particularly ABC’s “World News Tonight” — is avoiding reporting on President Barack Obama’s low poll numbers, Rich Noyes, director for the Media Research Center, said Thursday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.”

“David Muir took over (at “World News Tonight”) Sept. 1 and we also look at the weekend broadcast,” Noyes said. “Our study goes through Monday, Oct. 20, but we looked at Tuesday and Wednesday night.

“They have yet to mention this year's midterms on their broadcast, which is just incredible for a national evening newscast to not cover a big national election now with just 12 days left to go.”

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The mainstream media - particularly ABC's "World News Tonight" - is avoiding reporting on President Barack Obama's low poll numbers, Rich Noyes, director for the Media Research Center, told "America's Forum."
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