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You've seen the polls revealing that, issue by issue, the vast majority of Americans are Democrats. But would you believe that the same holds true for Fox watchers? Wouldn't it be...just... embarrassing?

From trampoline:

"Fox News bit its own ass with two polls. In one poll, Fox viewers stated conclusively that the United States would be better off with Democrats in office. In the second poll, viewers went down the list of issues and chose which party aligned more closely with their opinions. Surprise! It's Dems again in a landslide!"
After using "semantic acrobatics" to work this shocker into the "desperate Democrats" talking points, the Democratic strategist "turned to the Conservative talking head and did something very telling. He asked 'is it bad news for your party, the GOP,' and then, with a sarcastic, apologetic smirk, 'I'm trying to be fair and balanced here...'" (RCFYA)

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