With this in mind, only around 5% of New Yorker's read the paper. Only .002% of people in the U.S. read it. But even though the paper doesn't have much reach thus little influence, it's constantly being sourced by the major networks especially in their nightly news. How many times have you heard or read: "According to The New York Times..."?'
I find this absolutely disgusting. Having worked in research I know that no credible research agency would use such a small sample of information and portray it as legitimate insight. If someone were trying to get us to make a large purchase and they told us that .002% of Americans like the brand, we know there's no way we'd buy it. There wouldn't be enough legitimate information to make us feel good about spending our money.
It's all a game by the liberal media. The New York Times is nothing. They have no real relevance with the exception of being a source for organizations who wish to push a liberal narrative through making people believe The New York Times is legitimate; that they have weight. They're not. They're smalltime.
Let the above information really sink in. In yet another way, and there are many, U.S. citizens are being misled. The New York Times has been built up to be this massive, credible news outlet, and they're not. They're small. They're biased. The fact is, they're no longer relevant.