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I like this podcast. They cover a wide range of topics and are generally very informative. If I had criticism, it would be that the “talent” and possibly the podcast itself are clearly very biased toward left-leaning ideals. I think they would benefit from some from non-blue perspectives that would make for a more well-rounded show.
If you want to get a balanced opinion, look elsewhere.
Leaving my old thoughts at the bottom. I have listened to this podcast from its start, but can’t handle it anymore. The bias has overtaken what used to be a thoughtful, center left podcast. I hope it gets better once all the Trump haters get used to him being out of office, but keeping expectations low. Trump deserves criticism, but that shouldn’t color every corner of the news. And Biden is certainly not above criticism. Please climb out of the echo chamber and get back to news. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Great discussion. Less liberal bias than most of NPR (but still a little)
Long listener and love the personalities, but the recent switch to daily has left this podcast feeling thin and lacking the deep dives that used to really interest me. I often feel like I’m listening to Up First for a second time. Also disappointing to see NPR continue to advertise for Facebook. Otherwise, I fully support the work being done here and hope that this feedback will be considered.
This is kinda just play-by-play of only the most obvious above-the-fold stories. They don't clarify, add new information, perspective or insight. It's pointless listening if you read even just the top 2 news headlines each day.
I would like to have a more balanced or at least objective podcast to listen to. They don’t bring up anything contrary to a single narrative.
Great podcast. Vet informative.
The regular episodes are bad enough, but that Throughline episode on Thanksgiving was pure propaganda. It's ridiculous that we're forced to fund this left-wing garbage through taxes. Defund NPR!
But all they talk about is Trump. Doesn’t matter what else is going on... it’s trump 24/7 ( or 20 minutes worth )
This podcast is very informative, but keeps it entertaining and easily understandable.
Instant classic episode.
Great show. Good way to get a fairly balance distillation of this week's political news. Great job, love the format, keep it up!
Have listened to every episode during the election here in Australia; best insights. Well done and love Ayesha and her “and we’re back!”. The best!
Loving this podcast Really helps to understand the American position. From Australia
Really enjoyed this podcast, however it’s become terribly biased and won’t cover important issues that are inconvenient to their political opinions.
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NPR is now promoting Exxon Mobil and their efforts to destroy the planet. No thanks. I’ll get my politics elsewhere from now on.
Keep up the great work!
Love this podcast. All of necessary info for keeping up to date, and none of the wild hysteria that pollutes many other news channels.
This podcast is so helpful in understanding what is going on wtih the US elections. I am Australian, and this show offers the most balanced, and coherent coverage of the election out there. My only reservation is how much is focused on Trump vs Clinton, rather than the other candidates running, and I hope they'll give us more coverage of other candidates, soon. I can't let this podcast go.
The NPR Politics podcast has been a great source of analysis on the goings on of the 2016 election. Highly recommend it.
NPR politics is an easy way to keep across what's happening across the pond with our US cousins. And if you're fearing a Trump presidency, you'll hear a lot of things that reassure you that America is as bewildered as the rest of us. Awesome insights, excellent talent, great podcast.
29/08/20 - that’s it, I’m done with the NPR pod. I’ve just listened to today’s ep; a 20 min pod on the last night of the RNC...but did the hosts discuss the speeches? No! Policies? No? GOP focus? No. Instead three whiny woke white women and their (assume) Hispanic friend discussed the distance between attendees chairs, counted the number of coloured faces in the crowd, the presidents use of a teleprompter!! All essential pieces of national importance! NPR can’t pretend to report news or share information or be a data source, when their hosts offer nothing but woke, liberal, virtue signalling. I listened to NPR to get a balance of news, info and opinion, but I cannot stomach these truly awful pandering, posturing, sycophantic, patronising, ohhh sooo clever pod hosts a minute more. I, like most others, want the news, not the opinions of upper-middle class, college educated, privileged clones. I sincerely hope the America people vote Trump another four years in office in the November elections, just to p1ss off Myra Liasson.... UNSUBSCRIBED. GB
Nicely made, timely updates on news and politics. I just wish the show was a bit longer and more in-depth! The takes can feel a little surface level because of the short running time. But that’s a good problem, really, of me wanting more. GB
Why are the candidates that are backed by corporate contributors to NPR get about 2.5x the mentions? Whether it’s an institutional muzzle or lack of journalistic integrity, the result is propaganda. Facebook is a contributor to NPR. — A former long-time listener GB
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