Sacred Heart University

National Poll Finds Only One-Quarter of Americans Believe 'All' or 'Most' of News Media Reporting

A new study titled "Trust and Satisfaction with the National News Media" was released by Sacred Heart University yesterday, and the findings are not good for MSM outlets such as the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper.   One of the primary findings says it best:  almost half of Americans "have permanently stopped watching a news media organization, print or electronic, because of perceived bias"

Here are some of the findings:

Respondents were asked if they believed all, most, some, little or none of news media reporting. Just 24.3% indicated they believe all or most news media reporting. While this is up from 19.6% in 2007, it remains lower than the 27.4% recorded in 2003.

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A new study titled "Trust and Satisfaction with the National News Media" was released by Sacred Heart University yesterday, and the findings are not good for MSM outlets such as the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper.   One of the primary findings says it best:  almost half of Americans "have permanently stopped watching a news media organization, print or electronic, because of perceived bias"

Here are some of the findings:

Respondents were asked if they believed all, most, some, little or none of news media reporting. Just 24.3% indicated they believe all or most news media reporting. While this is up from 19.6% in 2007, it remains lower than the 27.4% recorded in 2003.

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