Slovaks feel media is biased

MORE than 50 percent of Slovaks think that some local media are politically biased, and 33.7 percent believe that all Slovak media are so, a survey shows.

According to a survey carried out by the Polis Slovakia agency between September 13 and September 16 on 970 respondents, 60 percent of people think that media have a considerable impact on politics and on politicians.

Half of the respondents also believe that the different political parties do not have equal opportunities to express themselves in media.

Nearly 32 percent of people believe that media owners influence the choice of stories, while 43.2 percent feel it is driven by the interests of various politicians.

Top stories

arrested Pavol Ďurka of NAKA specialised team Purgatory heading to Bratislava' district court.

How an anti-team dismantled an elite police team with the help of the secret service

Hints of a possible coalition break-up over rule of law not materialising for now.

22 h
In this photo taken from video, Slovakia's President Zuzana Čaputová remotely addresses the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in a pre-recorded message, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 at U.N. headquarters.

President to the UN Assembly: Where scientists succeeded, politics is still failing

Zuzana Čaputová recalled the words Pope Francis addressed to Slovak youth during his recent visit to Slovakia.

5 h
Monika Tódová

Charges against Denník N journalists dropped

The decision came after the general prosecutor ordered the regional prosecutor to examine the legitimacy of the charges.

23 h

News digest: Prosecutor calls charges against journalists unlawful and unfounded

Editors-in-chief supported accused journalists before charges were dropped. Poll unveils how an ideal foreigner should look. No vote on changes to the Citizenship Act.

22 h
Skryť Close ad