Fox News Is Still Paying the Price for Being Right on Election Night

Fox News Is Still Paying the Price for Being Right on Election Night
If you never would think of tuning into Fox News, this might be a time to do so.

Election coverage is the one time I check them out. Why? They usually play it straight. They are known for having an excellent projection desk — that’s the people who declare winners based on available data. And Fox is aggressive about being first, and are almost always right.

That was a key point of our Election Day article suggesting how best to view the results. Little did we know how on target we were.

Unlike the cable site’s normal primetime programming (which is more opinion based), Fox News has traditionally played it straight in their election night coverage. In 2012, when Karl Rove disputed their call for Obama in Ohio, they broke the fourth wall and walked to their decision desk staff. It was sufficient to stifle the protest. And since it came from Fox News,
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