The widely reported YouGov poll regarding the BNP was unarguably the best showing the BNP has ever had in an opinion poll and a major boost to the party. However, The Sun newspaper reported this breakthrough news for the BNP as such (I paraphrase): 'Backlash hits BNP chief as two thirds of voters say that they would never back his party after his vile TV outburst'.
All the other newspaper reports on this poll (and the BBC) have reported this as pretty good news for the BNP. Not The Sun though.
This to me speaks volumes of what The Sun thinks of the intelligence of it's readers, and I put a comment saying so on The Sun's website but they didn't publish it of course.
Most of the readers comments however echoed my sentiments in one way or another.
Whether a newspaper loves or loathes the BNP (and they all loathe them it seems) I think that they should at least report them honestly.