CNN is in hot water after yet another scandal, and surveyed Americans don’t see much hope for the network.
Rasmussen released new polling data asking Americans whether the departure of CNN’s president will be the start of a new and better network.
They’re not optimistic.
“Most voters don’t watch CNN very often, and don’t think the resignation of the cable network’s president Jeff Zucker will make much difference,” Rasmussen said.
The poll reports that “58% of voters think Zucker’s resignation won’t have an impact on the network.”
“A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 48% of Likely U.S. voters rarely or never watch CNN, while another 23% say they only watch occasionally,” Rasmussen said. “Eight percent (8%) of voters watch CNN once a week, 11% say they watch several times a week and another eight percent (8%) watch CNN every day.”
Notably, 61% of surveyed Independents said the media is the “enemy of the American people,” compared to 76% of Republicans and 37% of Democrats.
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