Pew Research: News Media Crosses Political Lines

 Pew Research: News Media Crosses Political Lines

 Only a small percentage of people in the US are able
to identify Condoleezza Rice and Gordon Brown

When the Pew Research Center tested the public’s political knowledge earlier this year, the best-informed news audiences crossed the ideological spectrum. Nearly half of regular readers of The New Yorker, The Atlantic and Harper’s Magazine (48%) answered three political knowledge questions correctly. Regular listeners of NPR (44% three correct), and regular viewers of Hardball (43%) and Hannity & Colmes (42%) also fared well compared with other news audiences.

 

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