Media Bias 101
5/19/2014 4:20 PM ET
Media Bias 101: Decades of Research Showing What Journalists Think, How Journalists Vote, What the Public Thinks About the Media, and What Journalists Say About Media Bias (most recent update: May ...
5/19/2014 3:54 PM ET
While most in the media business continue to deny the problem of liberal bias, a number of journalists have admitted that the majority of their brethren approach the news from a liberal angle.
5/19/2014 3:22 PM ET
In spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, many journalists still refuse to acknowledge that most of the establishment media tilts to the left.
5/19/2014 2:08 PM ET
Following up on polls taken in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the School of Journalism at Indiana University in 2002 and 2013 surveyed journalists across the profession to create a statistical ...
1/27/2014 10:16 AM ET
Just updated for 2014, MRC's "Media Bias 101" contains nearly 50 articles summarizing decades of scholarly research showing the mostly liberal attitudes of American journalists, plus opinion polls ...
1/13/2014 4:14 PM ET
A trio of polls conducted during 2013 showed that, by a wide margin, many more Americans see a liberal bias in the news media than a tilt in favor of conservatives.
1/13/2014 4:05 PM ET
A Rasmussen poll taken in the summer of 2012 found that, as in past years, the public perceived the media providing more favorable news coverage to the Democratic nominee.
1/7/2014 3:05 PM ET
In 1995, Stanley Rothman and Amy E. Black "partially replicated the earlier Rothman-Lichter" survey of the media elite.
1/7/2014 2:02 PM ET
A collection of survey data from the early 1960s through the mid-1980s shows journalists consistently identified themselves as "liberal" in their ideological outlook.
1/7/2014 10:47 AM ET
From 2001 through 2013, Gallup has polled American adults on the question: "Now thinking for a moment about the news media: In general, do you think the news media is too liberal, just about ...