Does A Biased Media Hurt Brand America’s Image?

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I recently had the opportunity to author an article entitled “The Media is Critical To Enabling The American Dream” that explores the impact of media bias on Brand America’s global image.  In the article are results of a national poll I ran to better understand how U.S. residents felt about the media.  The results might surprise you.

TrustBelt is a Conway Data publication that focuses on the economic story of the “Rust Belt” and how the multi-state region is evolving.  In addition to publishing the TrustBelt Report newsletter, Conway data sponsors a 3-day conference that brings to gather political and economic development officials from across the Region to discuss common challenges and sustainable solutions.

I hope you take an opportunity to read the article and to check out the rest of the publication.

If you want to read another article of mine, check out “Ohio’s Turnaround Is Not A Miracle“.  It provides insight into what it takes to manage a state’s economy and enable residents to better achieve their American Dream.

Give me some feedback on one or both articles.  I welcome your thoughts.

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  1. Gary Sullivan

    November 23, 2015

    Well done Ed. We need more discourse on the ever widening gap between mainstream media and the public. I have long considered myself a ” news junkie ” but have switched off and opted out of watching anything to do with the two main protagonists ( CNN/Fox ). The so called reporting these days is largely exploitive opinion driven spin perched on an endless video loop. So yes, just as your data suggests, there surely is a large percentage ( 84% ) of the population that believes the media is biased, my gut tells me there is also a large group ( me included ) that are so fed up with the mainstream boys that we have “unfriended” them on our TV remote controls.

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