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Michael Holmes
(2 of 5 points)
wrote 3 weeks ago
USA, 1 review

too many click ads. What seems a msn sponsored legit story, is actually a 'go nowhere' advertisement aimed at just collecting clicks. 30 to 50 pages and you never get to the story shown on the msn main feed. IT is getting worse, every other story is one of these click monsters which reduces the credibility of msn.

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John Buerkett
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 3 weeks ago
USA, Humble, 1 review

Most of us don't need to be told what to buy, think, where or eat. Many of your reviews are off by miles. Your format needs updating. Additionally, I think you may have set the record for anti-Trump articles beyond other sites. I get it, you don't like him but your slant does not allow for other views. You have changed from a news source to a leftist rag. Your weather is the most objective thing you do. I don't have problems with Chrome - too many to mention with Explorer.

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Russ Christopher
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 3 weeks ago
1 review

I have used msn.com for my homepage for many years, but their use of "slideshow" format stories has become so annoying that I am deleting them for good and will find another source for information (and advertising as well). From reading the feedback from other users, I can see that the site is very unpopular, so I am not alone. Please get your act together. You are not user friendly and fail to be interesting.

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Wiliam Tack
Wiliam Tack writes 1 week ago

I didn't think I was the only one that felt this way.

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Todd Nichols
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 11 months ago
1 review

How can you folks sandwich a story about Americas's best ice cream flavours by state, between two stories about the devastation in Texas? You folks are absolutely and complete RETARDS! I know this isn't politically correct, but nothing else I can think of comes close to how stupid and callous that is.

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Marcia Howe
Marcia Howe writes 6 months ago

I AGREE !!! I hate MSN home page with all those dancing around sites, I cant even concentrate where I want to go !!! ALL ad's have been totally overdone, They come at us everywhere we go and I am very sick of it !

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Eric Welsch
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 11 months ago
1 review

I have MSN as my home page... but that will be changing. They always have polls that I have participated in the past, but no more. Even their questions are bias. The latest poll asks "Who is more to blame for the countries current problems?"... the choices are Trump, Congress, Equally Trump and Congress, Don't Know.... Seriously. No choice for the Democrats, the left, the media, etc..... Ridiculous choices. I don't think they want the answer.

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p porter
p porter writes 9 months ago

I agree! Today nothing about Veteran's Day at all. All about Trump (all negative) . Thanks for caring. Don't any of the
people that write these articles have any family that fought
and in some case's die so they could have freedom to express
(even they are 90% anti American ) their opinions.
I thought the Press was to report the news with out bias.
If they wanted express they personal opinion that was called
an editorial.
Just a thought from someone who gave back to his country!!

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G browse
G browse writes 1 week ago

Great point. You have to understand that MSN has one goal in mind, and that is to try to change the political landscape, by influencing the way its readers think. Their continuous slamming of Trump and the right is sickening. I submit to you that MSN, just like the rest of the mainstream media, has an agenda that they are pushing, and it is an agenda that is not in line with the values and ethics of, hopefully, a majority of voting Americans

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karl Teisberg
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Hurst, 1 review

Now MSNBC has stopped letting readers comment on their "news stories". Perhaps too many comments were made that were critical of MSNBC and didn't "properly" support your liberal views and beliefs. Hope you can achieve a position where you don't have to censor people's opinions

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Sam Menefee
Sam Menefee writes 1 year ago

"MSN has temporarily removed commenting on our websites while we explore better ways for you to engage in discussion on the issues you care about." The removal certainly doesn't appear to be "temporary," and of course MSN has not bothered to explain the steps which led to the removal of this feature or why it would not have been possible to retain it while the company engaged in its turtle-like study. It certainly smacks of liberal censorship!

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user03blue
user03blue writes 6 months ago

I am just curious in the news of the shooting, when the headline reads that the suspect killed 17people, the pictures that show up when you click to that link is a picture of 2 black kids. The suspect is a white kid, but as usual a black kids picture is put up to distract. This happens on a regular basis, needs to stop, very disappointed in this continuous spread of racism by msn.

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Seija Skrifvars
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Fairbanks, 1 review

I will not use MSN News any longer. I have no desire to look at distressing animal cruelty pictures that come up!!!!

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mc
mc writes 1 year ago

tired of your trump bashing, report news as it is stop being so 1 sided

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will
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Tacoma, 1 review

I use to read MSN articles and found them very interesting. These days I tend to stay away due to the outrageous and bombardment of advertising. I understand the need to generate revenue, but when MSN post an article such as breaking new evidence and then you need to read 40 pages of one paragraphs to find nothing breaking or new then you leave with a feeling of disgust. Stop all this and put your stories in a reasonable format that is easy to access and read, if not I'm done! I will no longer open anymore than one page to read any article.

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William Crawford
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Jacksonville, 1 review

The fake or one-sided (Liberal/Democratic) scant on the majority of your political topics is very disheartening. The Republican voters, tolerated the Obama administration without throwing tantrums or protest. Most wanted to let him either dig his own hole (which he did) or rise up to unite the citizens of the United States of America (which he did not). Most would hope the Liberal/Democratic voters would have done the same for the new administration. It is very apparent , based on the tone of your articles, MSN does not want a "United population". Lets hope the next time there is civil unrest due to their fake and irresponsible reporting, MSN properties are the recipient of the damage seen in previous incidents.

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Jerry Moore
Jerry Moore writes 1 year ago

Ditto! Could not have said it better. Leftist media takes every opportunity to show President Trump and his administration in a negative light. You should be ashamed, as I am of you. However, your arrogance is only exceeded by your pettiness. Please do not call yourselves news providers, because to do so would mean you have to provide non-editorialized facts.

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Paul Hist
(4 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
Canada, Ottawa, 1 review

I am so disappointed in MSN News. Please report the facts and occasionally report something positive about the current administration. I used to admire Bill Gates and Microsoft, until I realized that you have become part of the main stream media and contributing to the polarization of our country. My opinion will not change anything, but I want to let you know that I am greatly upset with your left wing "reporting".

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Jerry Moore
Jerry Moore writes 1 year ago

Ditto! Could not have said it better. Leftist media takes every opportunity to show President Trump and his administration in a negative light. You should be ashamed, as I am of you. However, your arrogance is only exceeded by your pettiness. Please do not call yourselves news providers, because to do so would mean you have to provide non-editorialized facts.

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---------------------------------------------
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
1 review

Sir or Madam:

I would not recommend that anyone go to Serra Kia in Gardendale to either buy a car or go to get repaired at their business;. I took my car there and they charged $102.00 and would not fix my car and would not give me my money back. What can I do?

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L Staff
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
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Today I read on the MSN home page prior to logging into Comcast a list of presidential salaries represented by nations such as Japan, Germany, and America. Instead of mentioning President Trump has accepted only $1.00 as his salary, MSN reported via CNN the president's salary is $400,000. There will be no clarification for this error. The journalism degree I earned in 1979 trained me to report the facts, not slant the news. MSN should realize consumers are skilled, savvy and well versed at reading beyond the political folly. I would pay for ONE day when MSN's home page represented a straight news approach to the Trump administration rather than constantly romancing the egos of the far left with slanted news. Returning to journalistic standards would earn respect rather than constant scrutiny decoding messaging. The job of the free press is to rise above bias and to report what is stated, factual and truthful for Americas to make their own decisions. MSN rates poorly when it comes to journalistic standards.

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tony zikesh
tony zikesh writes 1 year ago

I have yet to read one positive report on President Trump --- not one! Surely, just addressing each of the campaign promises with action in the first 2 weeks has to be worth a small mention! MSN is so liberal left they can't see the other side to form an objective article. Please try one time just to satisfy the conservative side of your readership. There are many good things that aren't related to political correctness, sadness over Hillary's defeat and bash Trump at all costs. He is our president - does anyone get this? After all the scandals and lies Mr. Obama generated - do you ever remember seeing one negative article on him.... Let's try and remain a tad bit objective if at all possible....

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David L.
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Hickory, 1 review

This is about the accuracy of msn news articles. The news articles are so one sided politically and so inaccurate that I can not depend on it for truthful news
coverage. And I am tired of seeing anti Trump articles plastered all over my computer screen every time I turn it on. I look for fair and impartial stories and news coverage when I want information and I'm not getting it from msn and have not for the last 8 years or more.

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Bob
Bob writes 1 year ago

I totally concur with comments about one-sided reporting. This is why Trump has contempt for some of the news media. I consider myself impartial and like to hear several views on topics. If you look at every single article MSN has headlined since (and before) the election, they either blatantly or strongly inferred negative comments in every case! Why not print articles once in a while about the positive things he's doing and trying to do, especially the things previous administrations acknowledged are important, but were unable to accomplish themselves. This type of reporting makes me sick and is becoming more destructive that productive and further separates us as a "united" people.

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D.W Bechtel
D.W Bechtel writes 1 year ago

msn is right down there with cnn for being extreme left and socialist bent ,if this gets much worse we will not even look at anything printed or shown by msn we already banned cnn for telling tall tales about the new potus.

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Bill
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, 1 review

Getting a little sick and tired of your liberal, based slant against President Trump. Everything, and I mean everything is negative. You are not a reliable news source. Fake news? Yep, you fit the bill. Shall I send your editors a box of Klennex? Get over it. You lost. No one cares about MSN.

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Johan
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
Pretoria, 1 review

This new drop down add is extremely annoying, makes reading the page a difficult. Moving along to better more infinitive info sites.

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C. Caccavari
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
Thailand, 1 review

Donald Trump just won as the President elect and MSN is writing negative, negative comments.. why,,, the election is over. The American People have made their choice, who are you to lay degrading remarks about the outcome!
You don't like the results of the election, live with it, get over it, this is America, not the United States of liberal media!

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Roy
(3 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Alamogordo, 1 review

MSN is hard to use if you want to read about sports, go to the sports page and 90% of the site is videos with ads etc.! If I wanted videos I would watch TV, I like to read but apparently MSN is doing away with the literary content and replacing the news with video clips! So much for journalism!

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john anderson
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Maple Grove, 1 review

I feel msn is a liberal outlet for all things left. I am tired of opening up my msn page and have liberal views pasted on every posting. I am a independent person and thinker and msn needs to report both sides of view or they are not doing justice to journalism. I sure be surprised if they posted my view.

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Mike W
(2 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, 1 review

In my opinion MSN's canted, liberal viewpoint borders on yellow journalism. Not that they are alone. CSN is such offender. Conservative outlets are no better, with FOX being a good example.

What happened to the days, when news simply reported the news? This seems almost non-existent in American news products now. What you get instead is somebody's agenda and bald-faced attempts at influencing how the public should think and feel.

Bottom line? Most American news is not-so-subtle propaganda and/or sensationalist touchy-feely balderdash because marketing studies have determined this is what attracts viewers.This is a dangerous trend and a threat to freedom. I wonder if this comment will even be posted.

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Cindy
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, 1 review

I cannot stand it any longer, no matter what I click to read, ads pop up over an over, an play while I am trying to read or watch an article. The ads are beyond comprehension! It is no longer about what we would like , its all about the ads an the money an many are down right offensive!
Also when I go to read an article it might have 2 lines an no other info, what kind of news is that?
This is like watching entertainment tonight, all the hype an no body . I am sick of the ads!!! I give you all 5 thumbs down!!!!!

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Elmer
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 1 year ago
USA, Middleville, 1 review

I noticed that MSN News is more propaganda than news now-a-days. I just saw a headline story "What if Trump drops out?" How is that news???. Did Trump ever suggest he would drop out? Would you ever see a headline: "What if Hillary drop out?". There are obviously, 'those' that would suggest that she should. Why not make a headline about that?
News is supposed to be reporting on stuff that 'actually happened' not what you want to happen. Tip: if you can't imagine doing the story if the political roles were reversed, then it is probably biased and shouldn't be a story.

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Pat P.
(3 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Santa Rosa, 1 review

MSN is not Family for Viewing anymore. Click on an msn news article, you get the article- AND AD Pictures of women showing skin etc. MSN isn't what it used to be. Lost class. I've been doing computer science and component engineering since the 80s. Events and development with Microsoft. But msn.com is NOT what it used to be! Classy ads will keep less people going to google.com O.K.? Come on MSN Be The Best Again.

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no name
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Neosho, 1 review

I have used msn or many years as my home page but I will no longer use it now! I turned on my computer and was about to start watching the evening Olympics and right on first page it told me the results of the women's gymnastics. MSN why would you do that!

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LaJuan  Reeves
(2 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Irving, 1 review

Trying to get any help with MSN us almost impossible. The websites take you around and around and talking to a Tech person is no better . They act as if they do not care if I have a problem opening my email

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Marcia Howe
Marcia Howe writes 6 months ago

YES I AGREE !!! trying to get help on MSN is impossible, you look for hours and end up where you began with not ONE answer !! OR they put in some kind of answer that a computer tech can only understand not the general computer users !!!

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mike
(1 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Montrose, 1 review

MSN often is very biased and liberal point of view is quite disturbing and if they had real reporters with any integrity they would share both sides of the stories to expose the truths an let people make their own opinions instead of bolstering a political agenda and creating fear. Shame in MSN. A real professional news reporting agency should not support any political and remain completely neutral at all times. People want accurate news they can trust.

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Barbara
(2 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Houston, 1 review

MSN has gotten to be a real pain. It has too many arrows and other stuff on the pages that you can't read what you want when you opened the page. Too many ads on the page you want that are a real distraction. I always get to somewhere else. What's going on? I'm done with MSN.

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david hodges
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Saint Augustine, 1 review

So far the msn news page seems to be non biased in politics a good thing, just give the news straight up

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john
john writes 1 year ago

who are you kidding Msn is the most left leaning news outlet on the net.

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Greg Lambert
Greg Lambert writes 1 year ago

This is true. What ever happened to reporting the news objectively. no self respect I guess.

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DL
DL writes 1 year ago

Absolutely. What happened to news reporters? they are non existent in today's childish world.

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tony zikesh
tony zikesh writes 1 year ago

I know this is a joke - you have to be kidding.... I know you are liberal, but give me a break - there isn't one objective political report. It's like it may start of being a report on Trump and then it goes through a few layers of editorial grooming and it turns out to be a typical slamming of Trump. I cannot recall one positive article even it was a compliment on his suit. Please provide me one that would possibly seem unbiased and not with a liberal slant... What ever happened to fair and balanced reporting - ever?

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The web server with the IP-address 157.55.129.21 used by Feedback.msn.com is owned by Microsoft Corporation and is located in Redmond, USA. This web server runs a few other websites, mostly in the english language.

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