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What CAP Left Out

Footnote #16 of CAP’s fairness doctrine report is interesting, It links to this report from Pew. This fact from the survey somehow didn’t make it into the CAP report:

Judged by their answers to three news knowledge questions2, the most informed audiences belong to the political magazines, Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, the O’Reilly Factor, news magazines, and online news sources. Close behind are the regular audiences for NPR and the Daily Show.
Audiences with the highest educational achievement, by far, are the literary magazines and online news outlets. Readers of news magazines, political magazines and business magazines, listeners of Rush Limbaugh and NPR, and viewers of the Daily Show, and C-SPAN also are much more likely than the average person to have a college degree.

Maybe Democrats can come out with legislation forcing Rush’s listeners to get dumber.

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