My little paper on Fox News has gotten an extraordinary amount of attention, downloaded 25,000 times already.
I added a follow-up on how unskewed polls may have cost the Republicans the 2012 election by creating self-delusion about how well Romney was doing. Perhaps this is why 58 percent of Republicans thought the 2012 election was stolen.
I discussed my Fox paper on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on Sunday.
Jack Shafer phoned-in a column discussing it in Politico that mostly attacks me for things I didn’t say.
However, Jim Fallows thought I was “lucid” in The Atlantic.
A writer at TPM was surprised to discover that academics have been studying the “Fox effect” for years.
The UK Independent newspaper also took note of my study.
Rush Limbaugh’s comments prove my point about the conservative bubble. As he says, he is the only news source conservative need. I’ll take it as flattery.