Are American media controlled mostly by Jews? is an act of hatred, just by the title.
The fundamental assumption, that 'Jews' are a category of people who could or would act in concert to 'control minds' is one of the hallmarks of the worst of antisemitism in the modern era.
I'm going to propose a title edit to make this site seem less like a platform for hate, but I wonder at the fact that this question got all those upvotes.
Note that I didn't propose that anyone close or delete the question. My problem is with the language; the question's title and text read like just another posting of this stuff. I would expect the question to have some, well, skeptical distance, something like:
Many books and sites make claims about 'Jewish control' or influence over the media or other fields. Here is a link to an example, is there any factual basis ?
Instead, the language of the question (including the off-hand offensive reference to percentage) and the embedding of the chart have no skeptical distance at all. The percentage reference offends because asking about 'percentage' of Jewish, or African, or Asian, 'blood' is an absolute hallmark of racism. No one else thinks in those terms.
On other sites of the SE network, an upvote doesn't just endorse the idea of asking the question; it endorses the particular form and choice of words of the question. As per the second sentence above, it is my view that the question was phrased so as to assume, and as a result push, a particular view: that Jews are a collective entity. There are other ways to phrase the question. In other words, as soon as you ask 'do Jews control the media' you are pushing the idea that it's valid to talk about 'Jews' as a well-defined thing that could control the media. The answers challenge this; I'm not making it up. I wished that the question had dissected it.
All this being written, I only washed up here because this question became your community's representative on the hot question list. I wasn't a participant here before, and I don't plan to become one, and it seems clear that as much meeting of minds as is going to happen on this subject has happened. Perhaps in the context of your community, this relatively offhand presentation of evil is normalized and harmless; but you aren't in fact operating in isolation.