Nolte: Pew Survey Reveals 'Journalists' Are Out-of-Touch Snobs

Nolte: Pew Survey Reveals 'Journalists' Are Out-of-Touch Snobs


The far-left Pew Research Center polled 11,889 working “journalists” and uncovered what we already know: most “journalists” are elitist, insufferable, out-of-touch snobs.

Here are just a few of the key findings…

Fifty-five percent of “journalists” do not believe both sides of an issue or debate deserve equal coverage (only 22 percent of the public agrees). Sixty-seven percent of “journalists” believe they are “covering the most important stories of the day” (only 41 percent of the public agrees). Sixty-five percent of “journalists” say they are reporting the news accurately (only 35 percent of the public agree). Fifty-two percent of “journalists” say they serve as a watchdog over elected leaders (only 29 percent of the public agree). Seventy-one percent of “journalists” believe fake news

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