Media wars: 34% of Americans approve court-ordered fines for biased or inaccurate news stories

A majority of Americans - 51 percent - now disapprove of the news media's treatment of President Trump, a sentiment shared by 77 percent of Republicans and even 26 percent of Democrats. Another 53 percent don't like the way Mr. Trump deals with the media as well; 23 percent of the GOPers and 79 percent of…

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MBFC News was founded by Dave Van Zandt in 2015. Dave studied Communications in college and over the years has focused on personal research in media bias and the role of media in politics. Dave is a registered Non-Affiliated voter who values evidence based reporting.

1 Comment on Media wars: 34% of Americans approve court-ordered fines for biased or inaccurate news stories

  1. I don’t think unbiased news reporting is even possible. That said, I think the idea of trying to fine media for biased or inaccurate reports would be a matter of stepping onto the “slippery slope” of state-imposed censorship. It’s essential to have news options issues/events are presented from different perspectives.

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