According to a Change Research survey, Tucker Carlson has a 62-point advantage over Fox News among Republicans in terms of net favorability.
The fact that this survey is conducted among their audience, which includes probable Republican primary voters in addition to Republicans, should worry the cucks at Fox News particularly. They are the ardent Republican primary voters. I voted in the Republican primary. The following were the results of a countrywide survey by Change Research of 404 of them:
The question “How positive are your feelings about Fox News?” was posed to the respondents. Only 8% of respondents rated the situation as “very favorable,” and only 26% as “somewhat favorable.” Just 34% of Republicans see Fox News favorably, which is a low grade.
Alternatively, 23% said they felt “very unfavorable” about Cuck News, while 14% said they felt “somewhat unfavorable.” That results in a 37 percent overall unfavorability rating.
You have a net favorability rating of -3 points if your favorability rating is 34% and your unfavorability rating is 37%.
A stunning 49 percent of respondents to the same poll concerning Tucker Carlson said they felt “very favorable” toward him, while another 21 percent said they felt “somewhat favorable.” That results in a 70 percent overall favorability rating.
Only 11% of respondents thought “very” or “somewhat” negatively of Carlson.
Carlson now has a +59 point net favorability rating.
Carlson’s favorability rating is a net 62 points better than Fox News Channel’s if Carlson’s net favorability rating is +59 and Fox’s is -3.
That is incredible.
Elon Musk has a net favorability rating of +53 among potential Republican primary voters, according to the survey. So, indeed, Fox News’ net favorability rating is 56 points worse than the green energy expert.
That is equally incredible and demonstrates how much Fox News messed up.
We could be in the midst of a serious crisis for Fox News. The outlet’s committed audience seems to be becoming tired of the outlet’s interference in the 2020 election with the early call of Arizona and sacking Carlson. Since Carlson was fired, Fox’s ratings have declined, but consumers now have access to news sources like Newsmax and OAN that don’t take their audience for granted.
Only a month ago, Fox seemed unbreakable.
In terms of average primetime viewers, Fox is now just slightly ahead of MSNBC.
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