Several liberal-fueled major media outlets are citing a bogus survey as a source campaigning against Donald Trump.

The survey references the accusation that Donald Trump’s election as President-elect has created a bullying epidemic across schools due to lack of support of the election results.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

“The survey data indicate that the results of the election are having a profoundly negative impact on schools and students,” SPLC said in a Monday report on the survey. “Ninety percent of educators report that school climate has been negatively affected … A full 80 percent describe heightened anxiety and concern on the part of students worried about the impact of the election on themselves and their families.”

The survey was published by the Southern Poverty Law Center, and is no more than a compilation of statements by teachers across the nation that were taken out of context and manipulated to make the President-elect seem responsible.

The survey is flawed in many ways, and has no scientific basis to back the argument.

First of all, the survey was taken by less than one-third of one percent of all the teachers in the United States, thus not supplying a realistic sample.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

There are more than three million teachers in the United States. Despite SPLC’s rhetoric about the “tremendous response” to their survey, the 10,000 responses they received represents less than one-third of one percent of all teachers.

Secondly, the survey in itself was biased as it was published by left-leaning organizations, and any of the teachers “anonymously” given the survey were left-leaning, as well.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

Responses to the survey were solicited through left-leaning publications and organizations like Teaching Tolerance and the American Federation of Teachers, a major teachers union that was one of the first unions in the country to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. Unsurprisingly then, teachers who responded are likely left-leaning themselves, hostile towards Trump, and more likely to attribute negative events at school to some kind of “Trump effect.”

Most importantly, the survey has no credibility in the sense that it was not taken in a controlled manner or with any other form of scientific basis.

The survey was conducted on SurveyMonkey and could be taken by anyone, and taken anonymously, which could lead to false data being recorded.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

But beyond that, there isn’t even any guarantee that the survey respondents are real on a basic level. The SurveyMonkey survey used to collect SPLC’s data can be answered by anybody, and respondents can submit answers anonymously, using fake data, or while pretending to be somebody else. There’s also nothing to stop a person from responding more than once.

Despite the many important flaws, the survey is still being pushed by liberal mass media sources as a legitimate form of data.

The media franchises are supplying voters and citizens with false facts about candidates and issues in the modern-day country.

Without a reliable source of media that is unbiased and fair, voters have a hard time seeing the uninfluenced answers to their questions or issues.

Leftist media is to blame for so much discord during the election in the news, and are guilty for manipulating news and facts now.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

Politico’s Morning Education newsletter said the “vast majority of educators” saw a negative outcome from the election; it never noted the survey’s un-representative nature. NBC News, BuzzFeed, Vice, Newsweek, the BBC and more all made similar claims, simply repeating SPLC’s narrative without ever mentioning the survey’s clear shortcomings.

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