Re the Nov. 2 article, For too many, minds closed to the truth: Leonard Pitts Jr.'s latest ideological opinion equates to nothingness.
It’s a fact CNN’s trustworthiness being greater than Fox News, according to the polls Pitts sites, is relative to the respondents. As such, many questions arise.
Who were the respondents, specifically their demographics?
How many of them can name the 44th president of the United States or what the D.C. stands for in Washington?
Basic questions like these paint an accurate picture of how a poll gets its results.
Convenience is why they were left out. Ideology is how such an opinion gets printed.
Relativity is a fact that hasn't yet been disproven and we owe this to whom?
Cal Crowder, Miami