A new video by The Lincoln Project, a newly formed Republican organization against Donald Trump, mocks Trump supporters for worshiping “The MAGA Church.” The ad intertwines clips of Trump talking about faith with videos of him speaking crudely. It also features Bible verses, such as Matthew 7:15 which states “Beware of false prophets, which come […]
Fox News topped the list while America On Line’s Huffington Post scored dead last in a just-released American Customer Satisfaction Index ranking the public’s trust of Internet news and information sites.
If there was a surprise, it was that for the second consecutive year FoxNews.com finished at number one. Among journalists, Fox News often elicits a sneer due to its conservative focus. The survey shows the public doesn’t feel that way.
Finishing behind FoxNews.com was ABCNews.com with a score of 77 percent on the survey, USAToday.com (76), CNN.com (74), MSNBC.com (74), NYTimes.com (73) and the HuffingtonPost.com, finishing last.
Only ABCNews.com (+2) and CNN.com (+1) increased their scores while the others either held steady or lost ground. NYTimes.com (-3) suffered the biggest drop, knocking them from number three to number five overall in the rankings.