Study: Coverage on major TV networks focuses on Republicans

It’s not surprising, though a little strange that the major networks do not even feel forced to cover Democrat sex allegations, considering there are so many (Clinton, Kennedy, Conyers, Spacey, Weinstein, Franken, Rose, Lasseter, etc). Even the left-wing Vox declared: “Democrats have a sexual harassment problem.”

There is an obvious left-wing bias in the media:

A 2014 Indiana University survey revealed that only 7% of reporters reported a Republican affiliation.

A survey of White House reporters conducted during the 2016 election found that none were Republicans, while 27% were registered Democrats (Michael Grunwald, “The Selling of Obama,” Politico Magazine, May/June 2016).

Even when it comes to terror attacks, the media think Trump is more important [“NBC Spends 60 Percent More Time on Trump than Barcelona Terror“].

The Washington Times, December 4, 2017.

There’s a “partisan tilt in sex scandal coverage,” says a new study that examined claims of misconduct against politicians throughout November.

“Both Republicans and Democrats have faced serious allegations of sexual misconduct, but in the month of November, ABC, CBS and NBC spent twice as much time telling viewers about the Republicans’ problems,” writes Rich Noyes, research director for the Media Research center, a conservative press watchdog.

Analysts at the center reviewed 6 hours and 40 minutes of coverage related to sexual harassment or misconduct charges against various politicians on the morning and evening news shows of all three networks from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30. Nearly two-thirds of this coverage (4 hours, 27 minutes) focused on Republican politicians, compared to 2 hours and 6 minutes spent on the Democrats, a greater than 2-to-1 disparity, Mr. Noyes said…..