TheWrap studied 30 popular TV media personalities according to their Q Scores, an industry-used measurement of a celebrity or a brand's likability based on marketing surveys of 25- to 54-year-olds. We also included a Familiarity score for each, which indicates how well-known someone is to survey-takers.
It's worth noting that the Positive Q Score for any celebrity with a Familiarity score less than 20 should be considered unstable. And some media stars like Fox News' Laura Ingraham and CNN's Don Lemon have not yet been included in surveys.
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