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A lot of people seem to trust the National Enquirer as well...
I find it generally disturbing that anyone would "trust" any single news source
significantly more than all the others. OTOH, the number of stories from Fox
that can be easily determined to be flat out false and not merely a matter of
differing opinion make it easily the least reliable of the major networks for
news. Their success is based on telling their audience what it wants to hear
rather than what it probably needs to know.
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From: "David Neeley" <dbneeley -at- gmail -dot- com>
> I should point out that a survey publicized in the last week or so
> listed Fox by far as the most trusted news network by the American
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