Researchers retract study claiming Jon Stewart’s absence from ‘Daily Show’ helped Trump in 2016

A pair of university researchers have retracted their study which had claimed comedian Jon Stewart’s absence from the “Daily Show” assisted Donald Trump in winning the 2016 election. Ohio State’s Tom Wood and George Washington University’s Ethan Porter concluded that the move from Stewart to current host Trevor Noah gave Trump a “1.1% increase in […]…


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