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Sean Hannity lives on an island at Fox News

Dana Blanton, vice president of public opinion research at Fox News, had laid out clearly to network producers that unscientific online polls “do not meet our editorial standards” and should not be used on air. Sean Hannity, evidently, did not get the memo. Hannity, taking a page out of Donald Trump’s playbook over the past week, has cited those unscientific, online polls as supposed evidence the Republican nominee bested Hillary Clinton in Monday’s presidential debate, leading the charge of some of the network's hosts who had helped Trump push his post-debate message.
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