U.S. Journalists Agree that Fact-Checking is Important. But They Can’t Agree on When to Use the L-word.

As a community, fact-checkers are kind of siloed off into their own little section of the journalism universe. They help drive the news cycle, but their unique format sets them apart them from the rest of the press.

So what do traditional journalists think of their fact-obsessed peers?

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