Young Americans "have no idea what's going on" because they "get their news from Jon Stewart", although, as this Media Matters post points out, viewers of The Daily Show are consistantly better-informed than viewers of the Factor.
And there's always this hoary old chestnut:
A new study based on a series of seven US polls conducted from January through September of this year reveals that before and after the Iraq war, a majority of Americans have had significant misperceptions and these are highly related to support for the war in Iraq....
Those who primarily watch Fox News are significantly more likely to have misperceptions, while those who primarily listen to NPR or watch PBS are significantly less likely.
The poll didn't include TDS, but it should have.
Bill, the truth is, my generation is too media savvy to be suckered in by your brand of cheap political grandstanding. But by all means, keep alienating us, please. It'll be fun watching your ratings deflate as your audience tunes out (or keels over from old age).