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  1. DarrylS

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    Is this an attempt at fair and balanced or is Fox News hiding other trends, either way I am skeptical about anything they report. OTOH I am skeptical about anything anyone reports in this day and age.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,216299,00.html

    NEW YORK — By an 11-point margin, voters would give the edge to Democrats over Republicans if the congressional election were held today, yet slightly more Americans think the country would be safer from terrorism if Republicans keep control of Congress. And President George W. Bush’s approval rating is up a couple of points this week, although more voters blame the Bush administration than blame the Clinton administration for failing to capture Usama bin Laden.

    These are just some of the findings from the latest FOX News poll.

    There has been considerable finger pointing recently between former President Bill Clinton and members of the Bush administration about whose fault it is that Usama bin Laden is still at large.

    By a 10-percentage point margin, the poll finds that more Americans blame the Bush administration than the Clinton administration for failing to capture bin Laden (32 percent-22 percent), while quite a few say either that both are to blame (21 percent) or neither is (17 percent).

    More Democrats blame Bush for not capturing bin Laden than Republicans blame Clinton. A 57-percent majority of Democrats says Bush is more to blame; 47 percent of Republicans say Clinton is. Independents are almost twice as likely to say Bush is more to blame (32 percent Bush -- 17 percent Clinton).
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    Fox is no more biased to the right than most news channels are to the right. Check out MSNBC with Chris Mathews and Keith Olberman - talk about biased pigs :(

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