A study on the media coverage of different presidents shows an extreme difference in the way President Trump and President Obama were covered.
Pew Research Center tracked early media coverage of the 4 most recent presidents and released its findings in a report this week.
Only 5 percent of the coverage of President Trump’s first 60 days had a positive assessment. In comparison, President Obama’s first 60 days had 42 percent of its coverage containing a positive assessment, meaning that Obama had 740 percent more positive coverage than Trump early on in his presidency.
Trump also had 210 percent more negative coverage.
Source: Daily Caller