By: Brent Lang | The Wrap
As MSNBC and Fox News watchers can attest, there’s a partisan divide when it comes to news.
Political polarization is playing out on more than just the cable airwaves. Various news sources are being split along alternating shades of red and blue, according to a new survey by the Media Insight Project, an initiative of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Democrats are more likely to get their news from broadcast networks such as CBS or NBC than Republicans and independents, while the GOP faithful are more reliant on cable news channels such as Fox and CNN than viewers of other political stripes.