MSNBC Apologizes, Issues On-Air Correction For Leaving Andrew Yang Off Polling Graphic

MSNBC apologized on Sunday after it once again left 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang out of a polling graphic.

Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer pointed out the absence of Yang — who is at 3% in the poll — from MSNBC’s Sunday morning graphic:

Why does @MSNBC keep leaving out @AndrewYang on their graphics (actually at 3% here)?

This has happened on a number of occasions, I haven’t seen with any other candidate. It’s not just a slip up. Unacceptable. pic.twitter.com/2vJrYx5DKQ

— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) November 17, 2019

The omission eventually caught Yang’s eye:

Good thing we don’t need @msnbc to talk to voters – we just go straight to them. Thank you #YangGang
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