Zakaria acknowledged that journalists tend to be “better-educated,’ “comfortable with diversity,” more liberal, and “probably less sensitive to the concerns” of average Britons who supported the Brexit.How about the facts and figures of bias?
However, he said, the pro-Brexit campaign was “entirely using emotion, conjuring horror stories” about immigrants and the like, aided on by the British tabloids––which Zakaria referred to as “basically their Fox News.”
Zakaria argued that “the media does have a bias in favor of facts” when it calls out the Leave campaign for going on emotion while the Remain campaign was bringing up facts and figures about the cost and consequences of leaving the EU.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Listen To Your Betters
Because they're the educated ones:
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