A new Media Research Center (MRC) and YouGov poll shows that the majority of voters recognized media bias during the presidential election, but chose to reject it:

The poll found:

7 in 10 (69%) voters do not believe the news media are honest and truthful.

8 in 10 (78%) of voters believe the news coverage of the presidential campaign was biased, with nearly a 3-to-1 majority believing the media were for Clinton (59%) vs. for Trump (21%).

Even 1/3 (32%) of Clinton voters believe the media were “pro-Clinton.”

8% of Trump voters said they would have voted for Clinton if they had believed what the media were saying about Trump.

97% of voters said they did not let the media’s bias influence their vote.

MRC President Brent Bozell said:

“The media are in full panic mode because the American people rejected their leftist agenda — and them. People didn’t believe the nonsense that the media were politically neutral. Even a third of Hillary’s supporters believe they were pro-Hillary!

“When you have a strong majority of actual voters saying the national ‘news’ media were biased in favor of Hillary Clinton and tried to influence the public to vote for her; and believing they are fundamentally dishonest, you have a major problem that can’t be fixed with an apology. The public has rejected this institution as being either objective or truthful. There is an institutional bias at major media networks that must be repaired and I am highly skeptical that news executives are interested or capable of undertaking this responsibility.

“Despite the overwhelming and persistent bias of this cycle in particular, I am heartened by the fact that, according to our poll, the American people didn’t let it sway their vote. If this isn’t a wakeup call for the left-wing media to stay out of politics, I don’t know what is.”

Thing is, the bias didn’t stop after the election. The New York Times printed this front page the next day:

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On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough and Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin ripped apart the Grey Lady due to its obvious bias during the election:

MARK HALPERIN: Look at the headline of this story. [Featured Image] Look at the headline of this story. This is the day after a surprising underdog sweeping victory and their headline is not “disaffected Americans have a champion going to the White House” or “the country votes for fundamental change.” The headline is about how disappointed the friends of the people who run the New York Times are about what’s happened. It’s amazing. It’s amazing to me that this is the headline of the New York Times.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Look at this. Look at this. This is staggering. It really is, Mark. I’m glad you brought this up.

HALPERIN: It’s The Onion.

JOE: This shows that the editors of the New York Times–I have the greatest respect for. They don’t get it.

The DNC emails that Wikileaks dumped provided even more examples of collusion between the Hillary campaign and media. In one instance, CNN asked the DNC for questions to ask Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Carly Fiorina.

The John Podesta email dump from Wikileaks also showed the cozy relationship between Democrats and the media. Washington Post bureau chief Juliet Eilperin once tipped off Podesta about a story she was writing.