Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Fox News accidentally displays graphic showing it is least trusted cable network

Fox News accidentally displays graphic showing it is least trusted cable network

Fox News have accidentally broadcast a graphic showing that they are the least trusted major news network.

Kurtz was discussing how President Donald Trump has been making getting criticism for his China trade war, on his relationship with Kim Jong-un and for firing cabinet members with a single tweet- and yet, according to Kurtz, apparently, Trump was still doing better in a number of polls.

He had been expecting to see statistics showing that over three quarters of the public thought that the media reports "fake news" 'regularly or occasionally'.

"WHO DO YOU TRUST MORE?" the graphic's banner said, and listed Fox News at 30 percent, while competitors CNN and MSNBC came in at 48 percent and 45 percent respectively. Fox News was last at 30 per cent.

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Kurtz quickly realized the mistake, and told producers to "take that down, please".

The graphic that aired was speaking for itself though.

Sunday's implicit admission that many Americans do not trust Fox News came after several weeks of controversy for the network, including host Laura Ingraham's comments about Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg. So I calmly asked that it be taken down.

The AP reported my request to take down the graphic and ended the story there, creating a false impression by not mentioning that I called for the very same graphic shortly afterward.

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The host asked pollster Frank Luntz about this apparent disconnect. Thirty-seven percent said they trust both equally.

"Speaking of fake news", Kurtz continued.

Fox News's Twitter account shared the "Media Buzz" segment.

"I felt viewers deserved all the facts", the Media Buzz host concluded.

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The AP published a correction on Monday, noting that "the graphic was taken down because it was used during the wrong segment, and was used again on the show".

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