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POTUS Campaign of Robert F Kennedy, Jr

Arkansas
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Let's have some non-opinion journalism of Kennedy's polling numbers WEEKLY on NPR, please. Just the facts, ma'am. We can come to our own conclusions. Thank you.

Campaign fairness

Indiana
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Stop ignoring Kennedy!!!

Liberal bias

California
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Sirs. The recent editorial regarding the liberal leaning nature of NPR equally applies to PBS. We are regular viewers on the News Hour at dinner and are repeatedly struck by the slanted reporting and bias viewpoints of the “experts”. Not subtle. I would suggest getting commentary from someone other academics. Real word working people often have equally valuable ideas. Respectfully. David T******n. Monterey California

NPR news

Pennsylvania
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As I long time listener, I am disappointed that I have yet to hear legitimate coverage on the Kennedy/Shanahan presidential campaign. I thought NPR was supposed to be non-biased?

PBS New Hour and NPR News

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Please include Robert F Kennedy Jr’s campaign for president. The lack of coverage is galling and undermines the mission of publicly funded media.

RFK Jr. Presidential Campaign - Lack of coverage

Washington
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Please provide equivalent coverage of the Kennedy/Shanahan presidential campaign to those of the "major" parties, in keeping with your responsibility to be nonpartisan and nonpolitical in your activities. Thank you.

Robert F Kennedy Jr

Connecticut
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Start covering him more.

Politics at NPR

Pennsylvania
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Dear CPB I am writing to you regarding NPR. I stopped funding NPR a few years ago, when i saw the dramatic shift to the far left. I am disappointed that NPR has taken this direction. Has CPB provided any guidance to help return NPR to the center. As you, and hence they, are funded by all American taxpayers, i would think it is your fiduciary duty to ensure NPR takes a balance approach. Your and their website speak strongly about Diversity, but diversity should go beyond race - it should include diversity of thought. Sadly it seems that NPR has lost its compass, and CPB has failed its mandate. I encourage the members of your board and management to reinstitute the balance and fairness that was once the hallmark of NPR. You and they are funded by all of America, and its your sacred trust to represent all of America Please get to work Sincerely C*******s M******y

Partisan programming

Virginia
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I listened to NPR for 25 years and donated $ every year, but the last four or five years have seen a dramatic change. They were always left leaning, but now they are just as left as MSNBC. They proved it during Covid and then now with their blatant ignoring of RFK Jr. The last straw for me came when Jenn White on 1A started referring to expectant mothers as 'pregnant people'. Enough is enough. No more money and no more listening to your propaganda.

Pres Election

New Mexico
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We want to hear more of. RFKjr. You have been ignoring a large movement.

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How to defund NPR ?

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You guys deserve to be fired!! That’s all and of course you guys know why! Ty, dumb f**ks

Presidential candidate Robert F Kennedy Jr

California
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I am a big fan of my local PBS station in San Diego. However I have yet to see any coverage of Mr Kennedy and his campaign messages that resonate with people nationwide and NPR seems to be ignoring him. The CPB is supposed to be non partisan in its funding. As an American I'd appreciate seeing and hearing from all my choices for president. Thank you, Erin

NPR RFK Jr. Blackout

Oklahoma
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RFK JR. Is polling in the double digits nationally yet NPR appears to be solely focused on the two major party candidates. Public broadcasting is supposed to be politically non-biased….

NPR

North Carolina
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IT'S COME to my attention and several others that you are a biased news organization.With about 80 some people whom are all democrats so in broad analysis yo only cover one side of the playing field.How can you say your NPR is bios when in actuality it only gives 1 aspect of the view

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Election coverage

North Carolina
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Please provide more coverage of 3rd party candidates esp. RFK Jr.

NPR

Mississippi
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Where is NPR's coverage of the 3rd viable candidate in the presidential race, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.? No polling information, no updates on his ballot access, etc.

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Ayesha Rascoe

Massachusetts
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When are you going to replace this woman with a grating voice and poor grammar? Don’t listen to Sunday morning NPR any longer. Miss it but can’t stand her voice. Has nothing to do with her race but the tenor of her voice.

ayesha roscoe

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I'm a longterm NPR listener and bonafide anti-rascist, but I absolutely cannot bear Ayesha Roscoe's voice, please!

Amna Naval

New York
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I totally agree with the comment I just read on your web site, written a while back. Ms Nawaz is a terrible anchor, very unprofessional and off-putting. I have mostly stopped watching the program unless I become aware that she will be away. Her off site interviews at the border are ok, altho her boasting reference to speaking Urdu and Spanish was an unnecessary comment when I watched her last evening. It was none the less delightful to realize she was at the border and her presence would be limited. I do believe PBS can and should do better.

Amna Nawaz

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Having recently watched her interview with Robert Kennedy Jr. She was unprepared and accusatory. She refused to provide evidence to RFK regarding his views on certain subjects, yet claimed she had proof and would show him. She did not show him on air, so what's the point? She shouldn't be allowed to just railroad over a guest, spewing her poison and nonfactual claims. She clearly had no real evidence, and just hear-say from other media. I commend PBS for having the decency to at least have RFK on. I'm not American, but I grew up when his father and uncle were in politics, trying to make a better world, just as he is. It's a shame that Amna Nawaz was so clearly biased and unfair in accusing him of things he said, when he insisted he was being misrepresented. Next time one of your hosts makes a claim, they should have their so called "proof" on hand to show the guest and the audience. Thank you.