View Poll Results: What TV network will you watch on election night?

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  • ABC

    4 8.51%
  • CBS

    3 6.38%
  • NBC

    5 10.64%
  • CNN

    10 21.28%
  • MSNBC

    2 4.26%
  • Fox News

    18 38.30%
  • BBC America

    1 2.13%
  • Sky News (Tablet App or online)

    1 2.13%
  • Other

    11 23.40%
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    Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    I'm an NBC guy myself for major stuff. CNN for everyday current events. I'll probably use NBC as home base and channel surf over to Fox News and MSNBC to check in on the celebrations and the pouting.
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    Whatever one I find first.
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    I'll probably watch them all a little just to see how they do. I'm looking for the latest in video graphics. I'm also curious on how our election is covered overseas.
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    CBS will be my main network but I will scan the cables. Since they stopped calling states until after 10 ET, I doubt I will watch much and then switch to Charlie Rose

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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    I will watch FOX then turn over to CNN...I like to get the takes from both channels. But I am a FOX girl I will most likely also visit MSNBC just to see if they are melting or getting tingles down their legs I will also watch my local channels because of our local elections and propositions.

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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    I'll probably get all the info here.

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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    which ever i come to first 804 is typical the HD channel i type in first and then i just go up.

    BUT ill definitely switch between FOX and MSNBC to watch nuts and loons hump footballs, pump sunshine and tell lies. LOL

    To me both Fox and MSNBC are like Jerry Springer and Maury, how can a person watch either of them and not instantly feel better about themselves and be thankful that they aren't as mentally retarded, inept and dishonest as the people they are watching. Both those networks are mainly for entertainment and nothing else and if you cant see that . . . psst . . . . you are part of the problem and biased yourself
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagol View Post
    I'm an NBC guy myself for major stuff. CNN for everyday current events. I'll probably use NBC as home base and channel surf over to Fox News and MSNBC to check in on the celebrations and the pouting.
    You put Sky News but ignore C-Span?
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    I'll probably flip back and forth between CNN and MSNBC. I generally like the coverage on CNN better because they give more airtime to conservatives, whereas MSNBC just has Steve Schmidt and virtually no one else. But at the same time, CNN annoys the piss out of me more than MSNBC does, for other reasons. Namely, the fact that they constantly trot out their high-tech toys and try to make themselves the focus of the story...and the complete intellectual vapidity of Wolf Blitzer.
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    Re: Which TV network do you plan to watch on election night?

    NBC and CNN mostly, but all of them in between.

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