Because they get their information solely from FAUX NOOZ, an organization that has been proven to keep its followers uninformed.
In fact, in the last survey of FAUX NOOZ followers, it turned out that people who watch NO news are better informed than those who watch FAUX NOOZ.
Also, FAUX NOOZ trails the fake news comedy, The Daily Show, in viewership. More people watch Jon Stewart than those who watch FAUX NOOZ. FAUX is losing its viewers as people begin to understand that watching a cable news station that is unfair and imbalanced only contributes to further stupidity, not enlightenment.
The recent example of newz-barbie-bobblehead, Megyn Kelly, going after Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek article on President Obama, further proves how ineffective and shallow their reporters and reporting are. Kelly discounted Sullivan's article wIth lies and disinformation. Sullivan challenged her to have him on her show to debate the article, to which she and FAUX NOOZ answered in cowardly silence.
Craven lily-livered weasels.
Sullivan proves again that FAUX NOOZ withers and folds under a real challenge, just like so many bullies do.
A new PPP poll confirms what many have long suspected — that many Americans get their news from sources that hew to their pre-existing beliefs.
But this phenomenon was not balanced on both sides of the ideological spectrum. While Democrats trust most news outlets, to varying degrees, Republicans trust only a single one — Fox News. While a massive 73 percent of Republicans trust Fox, the next highest rating among any major TV news outlet is PBS, which just 30 percent of GOPers trust, according to the PPP poll.
The numbers show just how powerful Fox can be in setting the agenda and influencing the world view of conservatives, with virtually no competition or accountability from the outside world. This monopoly on news penetration for an entire half of the electorate would be bad no matter the network, but it’s especially troubling considering Fox’s shoddy, and often agenda-driven “reporting.” And unlike an openly-ideological news outlet like ThinkProgress or the National Review, which freely advertise their perspectives, Fox insists it’s a traditional “fair and balanced” news outlet.