Phone Hacking: 58% of UK Public Say They Have Lost Trust In Papers

By: James Robinson | guardian.co.uk

More than half of the British public say the phone-hacking scandal has damaged their trust in UK newspapers, according to a survey commissioned by the American public service broadcaster, PBS.

In the YouGov survey, 58% of adults said the affair has had a negative effect on their perceptions of the British press. Of those interviewed, 51% said it had also made them less likely to trust all domestic news organisations.

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