While the liberals and leftists control a vast majority of the mainstream media in America, it seems that the population is far from fairly represented in that realm.


Conservatives have again outnumbered liberals in America in 2016, according to a recent Gallup poll.

A new Gallup poll suggests that America is comprised of far more conservatives than liberals, something that has been the subject of debate ever since the November 8th election in which progressive democrat Hillary Clinton was ousted via the electoral college by political newcomer and conservative Donald Trump.  Now, it seems, America is ready for the tried and true ways of the past, a restoration of law and order, and a strict adherence to the Constitution.

“Many more Americans have considered themselves politically conservative than liberal since the early 1990s. That remained the case in 2016, when an average of 36% of U.S. adults throughout the year identified themselves as conservative and 25% as liberal. Yet that 11-percentage-point margin is half of what it was at its peak in 1996 and is down from 14 points only two years ago.

“Since Gallup began routinely measuring Americans’ political ideology in 1992, conservative identification has varied between 36% and 40%. At the same time, there has been a clear increase in the percentage identifying as politically liberal, from 17% to 25%. This has been accompanied by a corresponding decrease in the percentage identifying as “moderate,” from 43% to 34%.

“Moderates were consistently the most prevalent group from 1992 to 2002, before first yielding that designation to conservatives in 2003. Within the long-term stability of conservatism, the percentage of Americans self-identifying as conservative jumped to 40% several times between 2003 and 2011, but it has since returned to 36%.”

This comes as no surprise to those of us following the unbiased media, where the truth behind such subjects as global warming, international terrorism, and religious liberty have dominated the headlines – something that has not been properly addressed by anyone on the left.

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