‘In terms of quality and coverage, GB News has surpassed BBC News.’ say the audience
GB NEWS has been making news practically every week since its start just over a month ago. Andrew Neil’s controversial new channel, which prides itself on being “anti-woke,” recently suspended Guto Harri for kneeling live on air. With its excellence, Express readers believe it has surpassed the BBC.
GB News was founded to compete with other news organizations, including BBC News, ITV, and Sky. Andrew Neil claims that people can voice their minds on GB News, and the program routinely criticizes BBC coverage. Has it, however, achieved its goal? This website asked visitors what they thought of GB News and if they thought it had replaced the BBC in terms of quality, and readers clearly had strong feelings on the matter, with many claiming GB News has surpassed the broadcaster in terms of quality.
According to the study, 55% of readers of this website believe that GB News has surpassed the BBC in terms of coverage and quality.
There were a total of 4,549 responses to the question out of 8,344 total responses.
A further 24% said “no,” while 22% said they were undecided.
Andrew, 72, claimed GB News was the “most exciting thing to happen in British television news in 20 years” ahead of its June launch.
The BBC was always going to be one of the channel’s greatest rivals.
GB News is a rival to every major news show, including BBC Breakfast, ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Sky News, and others, with continuous coverage throughout the day and a variety of shows.
Andrew Neil is certainly a fan favorite among readers, as 49% of those polled said he was the one they tuned in to watch.
Alastair Stewart and Dan Wootton each garnered 10% of the vote, with Great British Breakfast anchor Kirsty Gallacher receiving only 2% of the vote.
Readers also voiced their opinions on Guto’s choice to kneel on broadcast last week, with 82% saying that he should be suspended.
Guto left the television channel when GB News said he had “breached” their rules.
Only 4% of those polled said he should stay on the channel, and those who did will undoubtedly be disappointed to see him go.
Thankfully, it appears like GB News will keep its new viewers, with 87 percent of those polled saying they continue to watch one month following the launch.
40% of those who watched. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”