Andrew Gwynne: The grilling he had from Andrew Marr on Sunday (February 11) prompted the poll.

Vox Political asked whether readers would visit social media sites to see interviews with Opposition politicians that allowed them to make their point without interruption.

The result so far – bearing in mind fewer than 500 people have responded – was a thunderous “Yes!”

Only nine people said they would not visit a social media website to watch balanced media interviews – just 1.91 per cent of respondents.

The others – 463 people, 98.09 per cent of respondents – said they would.

That’s a decisive thumbs-down for the mainstream TV channels’ biased attitude to interviews.

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