FOX News is a pretty vast network covering a range of topics from business to world news to finance to pretty much all other topics that any major news network will cover, and different FOX News anchors are responsible for different sectors and various specific segments of this news coverage. Anchors on FOX News, therefore, mostly consider themselves pretty big experts on the subjects they are covering, and for the most part they are accurate in their assessments of themselves. They work on these subjects day in and day out, and some actually come from backgrounds where they were experts in business or finance or some similar subject.
Fox news anchors have a pretty enviable position collectively, since the news station is considered the No. 1 source for millions of Americans who watch television regularly and who get their news in this fashion. These Fox news anchors are responsible mostly for their daily reporting and for their on air broadcasts, though largely there is a team who is entirely responsible for every portion of every news segment. Thus, with most FOX News anchors a collective spirit and a collaborative working atmosphere are quite productive.
Most FOX News anchors have very strong backgrounds in journalism, with most coming from major news networks both through FOX affiliates and others. Virtually every FOX News anchor also has undergone rigorous training to handle any on air situation, so pretty much all FOX News anchors are quick on their feet and instinctively know how to respond to emergencies, to unforeseen circumstances, and to unique situations. They often follow the script but then veer off the script when it calls for it, and the typical viewer rarely notices a misstep.
Because of this training and this inherent focus on news, most FOX News anchors are very well regarded by their peers and by the people who continually watch their broadcasts. Unlike the pundits and the political personalities who share their opinions willfully to anyone who will listen to them, FOX News anchors keep their opinions to themselves, and in large part they succeed. Most listeners and viewers therefore have no idea the political backgrounds and preferences of these anchors. They rely on these professionals instead to simply report the news and save the rest for the on air personalities who are paid to shout out their opinions and argue with the opposing sides of any situation.