A media out of touch with its audience

NY Times:

A Newspaper Tries to Recover From Its Clinton Endorsement

An editorial in Enid, Okla., opposing Mr. Trump brought a spate of canceled subscriptions and pulled ads, showing the raw power of partisanship in small-town America.
Some larger publications also experienced blowback for endorsing Clinton.  The Dallas Morning News suffered a similar response.  While many in the media found Trump unacceptable,  many in their audience found Hillary Clinton unacceptable.  They were rejecting the evils of liberalism as experienced in the Obama years and also angry that a corrupt government let her get away with mishandling classified information.


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