The most propagandized people are probably the people that don't recognize that they are propagandized. They think they see propaganda for what it is, oblivious to how they have been manipulated.
I know I'm deceived and misled in ways that I don't even know. But it feels good to sometimes make a discovery and break at least a little of the manipulation. A few months back I learned, thanks to Noam Chomsky, that right to work laws were not what I thought they were. I heard him say it but could hardly believe it, and wanted to check. I have done that and yeah, it looks like he's right. Here's one source. Economist Dean Baker explains. It's not what you think it is.
Most people think that it means you have a right to work for a company outside the union. You can't be compelled to join the union. Wrong. You already have a right to work outside the union. Any company can hire anybody that's not part of the union. So what do right to work laws do?
What they do is compel unions to represent workers even if workers don't pay dues. Whatever benefits the union successfully negotiates, workers are entitled to them as well as other benefits the union offers. But instead of paying for this service, right to work laws compel the unions to provide it without compensation. And it's not just the negotiated compensation benefits. If a worker has a dispute with the employer the union is obligated to represent that employee even if he doesn't pay union dues. He can't be treated differently than a union paying member. The union must work without compensation, kind of like slavery.
That's not very free market, is it? You'd think Republicans would allow a union or any organization to charge a fee for the service they provide, and anyone can opt in or out freely. But it doesn't work that way. It's free markets and tough love for you, the poor, the regular people. For the owners, the richest in the world, it's nanny state.