Voters aren’t happy with the way President Obama is fighting the radical Islamic State group and increasingly suspect that ISIS is winning the war in Iraq.
In the wake of the George Stephanopoulos scandal, most voters doubt the accuracy of political news coverage and think most reporters will slant their coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign.
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- Most Voters Expect Biased News Coverage of 2016 Presidential Race
- 46% Want Stephanopoulos Banned From Campaign Coverage
- 29% Think U.S. Heading in Right Direction
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