Fox, CNN spent more time on GOP candidates than Dems

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Study:

Fox, CNN spent more time on GOP candidates than Dems

Hey Fox/CNN, Hillary only needs 453 delegates out of 4765 left and what you say can (STUFF IT)!

Even that old farmer from the little old state of Vermont

was smart enough to keep his big trap shut

and not insult modern states like N Y!

new_york

Trump did not smash Cruz,

Big Mouth Canadian Cruz

bad mouth N Y

and

Empire-State-Building-Farben

New Yorker’s showed him

“What-For!”

Translations – An unspecified punishment or rebuke!

http://www.dailycommercial.com/ap/article_2e0cd20d-8159-5fa9-a602-aef20588e725.html

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP)

http://www.dailycommercial.com/ap/article_2e0cd20d-8159-5fa9-a602-aef20588e725.html

Anyone who used Fox News Channel’s prime-time lineup as their main source of campaign news over the past month may be forgiven for thinking there was only one presidential nomination contest.

Fox spent 666 minutes interviewing Republican candidates for president or their surrogates, with 13 minutes on Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, according to the Media Research Center, a conservative media watchdog.

The group tallied the number of minutes guests spoke or were questioned weeknights from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on March 21 through April 15.

During the same period, CNN spent 729 minutes with remaining Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich or their representatives.

Democrats had 326 minutes, including last Thursday’s debate in Brooklyn, the group said on Tuesday.

Fueled by Trump fascination, the Republican race in general has gotten more coverage.

With ratings soaring, the news networks frequently have candidates on for

“town hall”-style interviews:

each Republican appeared with family members on three successive nights on CNN last week.

Fox no doubt believes that its audience, dominated by Republicans, is more interested in the GOP campaign,

said Rich Noyes of the MRC.

For example, Sean Hannity’s show had no Democratic candidates or surrogates on during the month long period, the group said.

A 2012 study by the Pew Research Center found that 78 percent of Hannity’s audience identified themselves as conservative, and 5 percent as liberal.

For the same reason,

two candidates seeking the votes of fellow Democrats would have little incentive to speak to that type of audience.

Fox has repeatedly been rebuffed in efforts to host Democrats for debates, network spokeswoman Dana Klinghoffer said.

Sanders and Clinton both appeared at a Fox town hall hosted by Bret Baier on March 7, before the period the MRC counted.

The advocacy group did not include party members not affiliated with a particular campaign or straight news coverage in its calculations.

MSNBC, which has a left-leaning lineup at night, talked to Democrats or their representatives for 296 minutes in prime time, with 246 minutes for Republicans, the study said.____

This story has been corrected to show that Democratic candidates or their surrogates were featured for 13 minutes on Fox, not 11.

© 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

And of those 13 minutes on Fox, 10 were given to Sanders.

Hillary must have 2383 -has 1930 + needs 453 out of 4765

Bernie must have 2383 – has 1189 + needs 1194 out of 4765

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